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Patrick Ewing explains why James Worthy - not Michael Jordan - was the true hero of 1982 UNC title


The Tar Heels entered the 1981-82 season with high expectations. After losing to the Indiana Hoosiers in the title game the previous year, they returned with double-digit scorers and and were going to debut freshman . While Jordan averaged 13.5 points per game, it was Worthy, then a junior, who led the Tar Heels in scoring. (Basketball Network)

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Patrick Ewing explains why James Worthy - not Michael Jordan - was the true hero of 1982 UNC title


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