Sun Mar 3, 2013
While runs are an inherent part of basketball, North Carolina’s first-half finish served as a clinic in offensive efficiency in its 79-58 win over Florida State. The Tar Heels scored on 13 of their final 14 possessions, including their last 11, to post a staggering 2.2 points-per-possession effort.
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