Jerseys in the Rafters: Carolina's Greatest Stars
New on Video & DVD!
"To have your jersey retired anywhere is special, but to have it done at the University of North Carolina, that's almost like going to heaven!" - Antawn Jamison in Jerseys in the Rafters.
It's the ultimate honor for a North Carolina basketball player - having your jersey raised in lasting tribute high above the floor of the Dean E. Smith Center. Now for the first time on video and DVD, Tar Heel fans can celebrate the storied careers of the greatest players in UNC history in Jerseys in the Rafters.
In the video, fans will journey through the decades with exciting highlights of retired and honored players Michael Jordan, Phil Ford, James Worthy, Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison and many more. They'll also hear behind the scenes tales from the players themselves, their teammates and coaches, including the legendary Dean Smith, who coached the majority of the players "in the rafters".
The DVD includes the entire video along with bonus material, including:
· Living the Dream – hear players reveal what it means to have their jersey raised to the rafters
· Retired & Honored Players Archive – browse through individual player stats and video
· Dean Smith: Coach, Mentor, Friend – enjoy a moving players' tribute to their legendary coach
· From the Locker Room – go "inside" to hear behind the scenes tales from the players & coaches
· Chapter Search – watch individual player segments
Jerseys in the Rafters is a must have for every UNC basketball fan. It costs only 23.45 on video and 26.45 on DVD (includes shipping). To order, CLICK HERE!
Complete list of players featured in the video:
Retired Jerseys – Jack Cobb, George Glamack, Lennie Rosenbluth, Phil Ford, James Worthy, Michael Jordan and Antawn Jamison.
Honored Jerseys – Cartwright Carmichael, Jim Jordan, Hook Dillon, Tom Kearns, Pete Brennan, Lee Shaffer, Doug Moe, York Larese, Larry Brown, Billy Cunningham, Bob Lewis, Larry Miller, Charlie Scott, Dennis Wuycik, Bill Chamberlain, Bob McAdoo, Bobby Jones, Mitch Kupchak, Walter Davis, Tom LaGarde, Mike O'Koren, Al Wood, Sam Perkins, Brad Daugherty, Kenny Smith, J.R. Reid, George Lynch, Eric Montross, Jerry Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace, Vince Carter, Brendan Haywood and Joe Forte.