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Carolina Basketball

The past is the past, as far as Tyler Hansbrough and Gerald Henderson are concerned.
Hansbrough: Henderson incident old news
The Winston Salem Journal

Coach Roy Williams said yesterday that he does not expect Ty Lawson to play on Wednesday night when North Carolina takes on Duke in the Smith Center but won't know for sure until after today's practice.
PESSIMISTIC: Williams says Lawson probably out
The Winston-Salem Journal

When North Carolina point guard Ty Lawson limped off the court Sunday night, senior Quentin Thomas preferred to see it as a "challenge" rather than an "opportunity."
Tar Heels senior knows the stakes
The News and Observer

While UNC center Tyler Hansbrough practiced jump hooks Monday, six other Tar Heels were running plays and plotting strategy for another basketball showdown with Duke this week: the manager game.
Rivals' managers on the undercard
The News and Observer

Confusion. Anger. Indignation. All of it had swirled together inside the Dean E. Smith Center last spring as Gerald Henderson made an unforgettable march from the Duke bench to the visitor's tunnel, his eyes straight ahead, storming through a tornado of bitterness and profanity.
Last year's incident fuels UNC-Duke rivalry
The Fayetteville Observer

If North Carolina point guard Ty Lawson doesn't play against Duke, Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski will certainly be more surprised than sad.
Ty Lawson still not ready
The Greensboro News-Record

Ty Lawson's ankle sprain is severe enough that North Carolina is bracing for the possibility he'll miss Wednesday's game against Duke.
Injuries put UNC's Thomas in spotlight
The Durham Herald-Sun

Mike Krzyzewski-coached Duke is 17-8 vs. North Carolina since Dean Smith bid goodbye to coaching before the 1998 season. That's just one of the reasons Krzyzewski will be booed at 8:59 p.m. in the Smith Center Wednesday when he walks down the baseline, turns right and heads toward the Duke bench while stopping to fraternize, and shake hands, with Roy Williams.
Duke, UNC is only one game -- right?
The Durham Herald Sun

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