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April 15, 2009

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Roy Williams Cover - Sports Illustrated April 15, 2009

April 15, 2009 | Ted Keith
THE TAR HEELS RECLAIMED THE THRONE OF COLLEGE BASKETBALL AND PLEASED THE GHOSTS OF CHAPEL HILL

April 15, 2009 | Ted Keith
HOBBLED BY INJURIES, THE HEELS TURNED TO THEIR BENCH AND TOUGHED OUT A 28-WIN REGULAR SEASON

April 15, 2009
Sports Illustrated PRESENTS

April 15, 2009
MIDWEST RECAPSiena's Ronald Moore provided enough thrills in one double-OT game to last a tourney. But in the end the Spartans slew all comers, dispatching the '08 champs, Kansas, and No. 1...

April 15, 2009 | Joe Lemire
THAT'S A MEDICAL TERM FOR THE BIG TOE, AND TY LAWSON'S—AT REST AND AT PLAY—WAS BIG NEWS IN GREENSBORO

April 15, 2009 | Lars Anderson
AN INSPIRED DANNY GREEN SET THE PACE AS UNC RACED PAST GAME GONZAGA AND MIGHTY OKLAHOMA

April 15, 2009
TYLER MADENothin' was finer than Carolina's 89-72 Heel-stomping of Michigan State at Detroit's Ford Field for the national championship. The long-awaited title completed a decorated college career...

April 15, 2009 | Tim Layden
UNC CRUSHED MICHIGAN STATE TO NET A FIFTH NATIONAL TITLE AND CAP A SEASON FOR THE AGES

April 15, 2009 | David Sabino
YOU CAN SCAN THE STATISTICS TILL YOUR FACE TURNS CAROLINA BLUE, BUT THEY ALL ADD UP TO A NATIONAL TITLE

April 15, 2009
THE 2008-09 UNC TEAM WAS AN ENSEMBLE ACT, BUT HERE ARE THREE PLAYERS WHO MERIT SPECIAL ATTENTION

April 15, 2009 | Grant Wahl
NO ONE WORKS HARDER—OR GETS POUNDED IN RETURN MORE OFTEN—THAN CAROLINA'S 6' 9" PILLAR OF STRENGTH

April 15, 2009 | Gene Menez
WITH EXTRAORDINARY SPEED AND STRENGTH, POINT GUARD TY LAWSON CAN GO OFF AT ANY TIME—AND USUALLY DOES

April 15, 2009 | Joe Lemire
WITH THE SUPPORT—FROM NEAR OR FAR—OF HIS FATHER, DANNY GREEN EMERGED AS UNC'S VERSATILE, VOLUBLE WINGMAN

April 15, 2009 | Frank Deford
IN 1957 FRANK McGUIRE AND HIS BOYS TURNED A NEW YORK GAME INTO A CAROLINA INSTITUTION

April 15, 2009 | Larry Keith
FOR A JOURNALIST FROM CAROLINA, IT HASN'T BEEN EASY BEING AN IMPARTIAL OBSERVER AND A TRUE BELIEVER