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P.J. Hairston unfazed by his star turn


stepped onto the court and into one of his dreams, complete with a national television audience and a crowd packed from the floor to the ceiling. It was just like being in an NBA game. But it was real. The Greensboro native and North Carolina signee came off the bench to score 15 points in 14 minutes of action Wednesday night, helping the East team to a 111-96 victory against the West at the prestigious McDonald's All-American game at Chicago's United Center. (Greensboro News & Record)

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