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North Carolina's offense plays at a pace few can keep up with


It's Carolina, the second-highest scoring team in the country, trying to impose its will on a USC team that counts transition defense as its strength. It's speed versus speed bump, thoroughbred racehorse basketball versus working mules. The Tar Heels don't simply excel on their primary break. They also have a secondary break that, for most teams, would fit in somewhere between the primary break and a set offense. (Newark Star-Ledger)

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