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Video: UNC plays "stall ball" vs Duke - Feb. 24, 1979


North Carolina holds the ball in the first half and fails to score as Duke leads, 7-0, at intermission. The Tar Heels wait 12:25 into the game before attempting a shot. Both teams score 40 in the second half and Duke wins, 47-40, in one of the most famous delay games ever played on February 24, 1979.

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