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Thursday, November 22, 2012

On a trip that included 49- and 44-point leads, and a 29-point deficit, Roy Williams cut to the chase when reflecting on North Carolina’s week at the 2012 Maui Invitational. “We didn't get what we wanted out of the tournament, because we wanted to win the championship,” he said. “We didn't get what we wanted because we wanted to get better every day, and we didn't do that.” (Inside Carolina)

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