Danny Green's timing second to none


is big on second chances. The North Carolina senior had just missed a 3-pointer in UNC's 84-70 second-round win over LSU when he found himself with the ball in his hands and a wide-open look at another 3. "I ain't going to miss two in a row," Green said he thought to himself. Green didn't. His second-chance 3 turned a four-point game into a 70-63 lead. A resilient LSU team never got closer. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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