Lucas: Lotz Played Role On Legendary Team
Thu Aug 20, 2015
Danny Lotz, who died Wednesday at the age of 78, loved to joke about his role on the 1957 Carolina national championship team. At 6-foot-7, Lotz provided valuable size for a team that was depth-shy in the post. But he also knew head coach Frank McGuire preferred to use primarily his five starters—Lennie Rosenbluth, Joe Quigg, Tom Kearns, Bob Cunningham and Pete Brennan.
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| Bob Cunningham | Danny Lotz | Frank McGuire | Joe Quigg | Lennie Rosenbluth | Pete Brennan
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