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The 30 Most Influential NCAA Men's Basketball Teams of SLAM’s 30 Years: 1994-95 North Carolina


The 1994-95 Tar Heels were stacked with five basketball powerhouses putting up double digits: , , , , and . The tandem of Stackhouse and Wallace injected the Smith Center with an infectious energy that permeated the nation and enacted a slam fest in every arena they played. (SLAM Online)

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The 30 Most Influential NCAA Men's Basketball Teams of SLAM’s 30 Years: 1994-95 North Carolina


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