Ex-UNC player goes from post to pulpit
Posted Apr 20, 2009
It was 38 years ago, in the 1971 NIT, and North Carolina's hobbling Tar Heels needed a boost from their bench. When standout forward Dennis Wuycik went down with a knee injury in the first round of the basketball tournament, coach Dean Smith summoned the team's sixth man, senior Dave Chadwick. The 6-foot-7 forward answered his coach's call.
(Raleigh News & Observer)
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