No spin on Tar Heels' goal

A dizzying case of vertigo on Wednesday didn't keep North Carolina coach Roy Williams from being balanced about how he wants his men's basketball team to improve next season. Williams had postponed the media availability for a day because he has vertigo, a sensation of dizziness. As he left Wednesday's news conference, he became so dizzy that he had to use a wall for balance but insisted that the feeling would soon pass and that he would be fine. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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