UNC has familiar feeling of high expectations as basketball season begins in five weeks

When North Carolina assistant coach looks at this year’s Tar Heels, he senses something familiar. Maybe it’s the roster stocked with NBA talent. Maybe it’s the character and wit of the players or the sky-high expectations or that gregarious head coach by the name of Roy . Maybe it’s all those things that cause Haase to reflect on his playing days and his final season at Kansas in 1996-97. (Fayetteville Observer)

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