Ellington can't miss at right time


Center stage belonged to in UNC's 84-70 win over LSU on Saturday night in Greensboro. But again, it was the marksman on the wings, , that the Tar Heels could not have survived without. With Lawson still slowed by an angry right big toe in the first half, and held basically in check by the Tigers defense in the second, Ellington carried the offense and played one of the best games of his career. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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