Lucas: Cunningham Loved Being A Tar Heel
Wed Jun 14, 2006
Bobby Cunningham, who passed away Tuesday morning, was that quintessential Carolina player: the glue guy. Lennie Rosenbluth was the star of the '57 team. Pete Brennan had the matinee-idol good looks and the game to match. Tommy Kearns was the flashy guard. Quigg was made forever famous by his free throws. Here's what Bob Cunningham did: he played defense. He shared the ball. And he never particularly cared how many points he scored.
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