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UNC's Williams is a hall of famer, but is KU's Williams?


Had chosen to remain at Kansas forever, at some point during forever the university would have changed the name of America's most esteemed gymnasium. Would it have been Allen-Williams Fieldhouse? Or Williams-Allen Fieldhouse? One of those. No one at KU is likely to admit to this now, because Williams does not belong to Kansas in the way he did from 1988 to 2003. (Sporting News)

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