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Bill Chamberlain, UNC's second black recruit, says Dean Smith championed equality


was the second black player that recruited to UNC, and he played for the Tar Heels at a time when he needed the support of a strong coach and a stronger man. Chamberlain could have played college basketball anywhere, but he wanted to play for Smith. "Coach Smith was clearly a dedicated Christian gentleman who my parents loved, which was huge to me," he recalled. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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