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UNC Basketball: 5 questions to be answered for 2012-13


Roy Williams has faced this situation before at UNC. After the 2005 national championship, four Tar Heels were drafted in the top 14, while the 2009 title team had three first-rounders selected that summer. There was no pattern to what happened next. In 2006, UNC was 23-8, 12-4 in the ACC. The 2010 team was 20-17, 5-11. What will this year’s group do? (Durham Herald-Sun)

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