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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Given that he is coaching a team with roughly as many key players as the Chicago Symphony, Roy Williams isn't surprised he often is asked whether his group can remain harmonious. His management of the North Carolina Tar Heels this season has been uncommon, to say the least. Ten of his players are averaging more than 10 minutes per game. His rotation consists of a dozen players. (Sporting News)

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