North Carolina's Brice Johnson (11) screams after slamming in two during the second half of UNC's 85-66 victory over Providence in the second round of the NCAA tournament at PNC Arena.
North Carolina's Brice Johnson (11) screams after slamming in two during the second half of UNC's 85-66 victory over Providence in the second round of the NCAA tournament at PNC Arena. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
North Carolina's Brice Johnson (11) screams after slamming in two during the second half of UNC's 85-66 victory over Providence in the second round of the NCAA tournament at PNC Arena. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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