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Attesting to Dean Smith's Character

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

He has a kind manner not unlike Dean Smith’s. Smith’s family said in 2010 that he has a “progressive neurocognitive disorder that affects his memory,” and I wrote in my March 31 column about how much his voice is missed. One of my Carolina buddies, Rob Grubbs of Winston-Salem, emailed in response, telling me that he’d gotten to know Smith when he went to basketball camp at Carolina as a boy. (Daily Tar Heel)

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