After shooting only 25 percent after halftime, getting zero points from swingman Reyshawn Terry for the game and losing 74-59 at Southern California last week, No. 23 North Carolina focused on a basic fundamental when it returned to practice Monday night.
Heels pick up the pace
Raleigh News & Observer
North Carolina's men's basketball players dispersed for Christmas last week, eager to spend time with their friends and families but also knowing that a team movie awaited when they returned.
And the title wasn't "It's a Wonderful Life."
UNC men ready to rebound
"We're going to have to be at our best to have a chance to play with North Carolina," said Biedenbach. "We've been making progress; hopefully the fact that we have played (the other ACC teams) will help us at Chapel Hill."
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