Is it Alex Miller's time to shine for Tar Heels?
Posted Oct 31, 2008
Alex Miller spent three seasons at North Carolina patiently playing second-fiddle to star point guard Ivory Latta before finally getting her turn to run the show. Then it vanished in the instant it took for a tendon in her knee to tear. "People were saying it was my time to shine, since Ivory left," Miller said Thursday. It may be once again. Finally off the bench, Miller is working to reclaim her spot in the Tar Heels' loaded rotation.
(International Herald Tribune)
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