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Communication Breakdown


It was as if the Carolina blue sea parted for Miami’s perimeter shooters in the second half of Thursday’s 68-59 victory over the Tar Heels. “It was more of a lack of communication on the defensive end,” P.J. Hairston told reporters following the game. “Because in our rotations, we’re all supposed to sprint off and get to the shooters and find a man.” (Inside Carolina)

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