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Louisville basketball wary of UNC's transition offense: 'We can't get into a track meet'


North Carolina is playing at a slower tempo in ACC play than the past two seasons, according to Ken Pomeroy. The Tar Heels' adjusted tempo, based primarily on the number of offensive possessions per game, ranks seventh in the ACC. In fact, Louisville plays a slightly faster pace. UNC still takes a little more than one quarter of its shots in transition situations. (Louisville Courier-Journal)

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