Roy Williams ‘very lucky’ after surgery to remove tumor

In his first interview since undergoing surgery to remove a tumor from his right kidney, UNC basketball coach Roy Williams said Saturday that he felt uncomfortable and didn’t have much energy, but he wasn’t in a lot of pain and hoped he wouldn’t have to miss any practices. “I’ve been very lucky,” Williams said on the Tar Heel Sports Radio Network. “I feel like a blessed human being.” (Durham Herald-Sun)

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