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Former Heel proud of son's NCAA shot


A car accident in 1965 was one of the factors that kept North Carolina point guard from ever playing in an NCAA Tournament. But Friday at the RBC Center, the Raleigh resident will get to do the next best thing. He'll watch his son Marc, a walk-on with the Tar Heels, suit up for one. "It's almost like a dream, like a fairy tale," said . "I just feel so happy for him, because he's worked so hard to get here." (Raleigh News & Observer)

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