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Name:Lennie Rosenbluth
Hometown:The Bronx, NY
High School:Staunton Military Academy
Born:January 22, 1933 (87)
Height/Weight:6-5, 190
Position:Forward
Notes:Basketball
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From Lennie Rosenbluth to Cole Anthony: All 53 UNC First Round NBA Draft Picks
According to the UNC men’s basketball Fact and Records Book, before Wednesday's draft, Carolina led the nation in most all-time NBA First Round Draft Picks...

Lucas: March 23 Flashback
There were other games on March 23, but you can't find one with more long-term resonance than the 1957 championship game. Lennie Rosenbluth and the...

Triangle Timehop: Today in local college basketball history (March 22)
March 22, 1957: UNC beats Michigan State in three overtimes, 74-70, getting its first-ever Final Four win and advancing to the championship game. Carolina would...

Triangle Timehop: Today in local college basketball history
March 16, 1957: North Carolina knocked off Syracuse 67-58 to get to the Final Four, where the 1957 Tar Heels would finish off an unbeaten...

Dean Smith, Sean May, & Lennie Rosenbluth on Roy Williams
Praise came from all over for Roy Williams, as the ACC Network aired an old interview with Dean Smith and featured more current interviews with...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Freddie Kiger, Mercer Recap, Thanksgiving Week Preview
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas preview a busy week of action with UNC Football visiting NC State with bowl eligibility on the line and Basketball...

Tar Heel Firsts: UNC’s first ACC Basketball Tournament title
In the opening round of the 1957 ACC Basketball Tournament, UNC beat Clemson, 81-61, as Lennie Rosenbluth scored 45 points. UNC escaped Wake Forest in...

Tar Heel Firsts: UNC’s first basketball title
North Carolina men’s basketball’s first NCAA Tournament title was in 1957. The Lennie Rosenbluth-led team went a perfect 32-0. They won consecutive triple overtimes games...

Lennie Rosenbluth promotes awareness on osteoarthritis
Lennie Rosenbluth was never afraid of big games. But now, at 87, the Chapel Hill resident’s knees are not a fan of big stadiums. “I...

The return of a legend, Lennie Rosenbluth
Sixty-two years after being a part of the second , and last, unbeaten men’s basketball team at UNC, Lennie Rosenbluth will tell anyone who cares...


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