Ellington makes it count vs. Miami


It was preposterous how open was in the second half. UNC's junior guard was in the midst of the best 3-point shooting game by a Tar Heel guard since made eight against Clemson in 2004 and still found himself with no Miami defender in a 10-foot radius. And it wasn't an isolated incident. "They kept leaving me open and I kept knocking them down," Ellington said after the Tar Heels' 82-65 victory over the Hurricanes. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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