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Mike Copeland knows that North Carolina is going to need him to play more during the rest of the season with three top players sidelined by injuries or suspension. And he is ready to do whatever Coach Roy Williams asks of him in coming off the bench, as he has done in the last two games in wins against Virginia on Saturday and Maryland last Tuesday.
Big Help: Copeland answers call as replacement
The Winston Salem Journal

"And Green rips down the rebound in traffic. Four on one ... " This may be the 714th time North Carolina senior Danny Green has seen this clip. And yet, here he sits in front of a laptop screen at the Smith Center, his eyes growing wider than dinner plates. You can almost see his adrenaline surging. "Oh man," Green says, anticipating what's about to come. And then … BAM!
UNC seniors look to go 4-0 at Duke
The Fayetteville Observer

In his first 20 seasons as an NBA coach, North Carolina graduate George Karl never had a former Duke player on his team. Once, while coaching in the Continental Basketball Association, he had a former Blue Devil. He cut him.
Nothing is out of bounds when Nuggets' Karl, Jones talk about who's better: North Carolina or Duke
The Rocky Mountain News

As of Sunday morning, a pair of tickets for seats in the upper corner of the arena for the UNC game at Cameron Indoor Stadium were being offered for up to $2,075 -- another pair of seat a row closer was offered for the bargain price of $1,600 ... and NO shipping cost. Hard to imagine how can they afford the sacrifice of, what, a couple of bucks? Absolutely, the Duke-Carolina game at Cameron is a tough ticket -- just over 9,000 are available, after all.
In tough times, still the hottest ticket in town
The Durham Herald-Sun

Basketball was actually the main talking point at Sunday afternoon's cocktail party at the Civic Center. HBO Sports invited dozens of Duke and Carolina fans to the reception shortly before the world-premiere screening of its new documentary on the schools' men's basketball rivalry.
UNC-Duke film reception fans hoopla flames
The Durham Herald-Sun

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