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Students get a Tar Heel history lesson


Lennie Rosenbluth was a confident kid who came down from New York with a heavenly hook shot and a killer instinct to set scoring records that still stand today and help start the tradition that put Chapel Hill and UNC basketball on the college basketball map. Had it not been for Rosenbluth, Michael Jordan may not have had the opportunity to become the greatest player of his time — if not all time. (Fayetteville Observer)

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