With Four Corners offense, Dean Smith changed basketball


On the 12th of March exactly 40 years ago, these four fingers marked a legacy — of a coach and his game, a leader of men but, above all else, of unparalleled ingenuity in every facet of life. This was the start of ’s legacy. This was “The Four Corners.” “The crowd in Carmichael would erupt when the point guard raised the four,” said , who played for Coach from 1968 to 1971. (Daily Tar Heel)

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