UNC Basketball: 5 Preseason Misconceptions Many Had About Tar Heels

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UNC Basketball: 5 Preseason Misconceptions Many Had About Tar Heels
Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports
Who thought Roy Williams would be celebrating a Hall of Fame Tip-Off title?

As the plot thickened this summer, fans and media came to the realization that the North Carolina Tar Heels would be without P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald for at least a handful of games. Both parties dissected the thinning roster and found, in their eyes, mediocre talent that would surely be pummeled by the likes of Louisville, Michigan State and the ultra-hyped Kentucky squad.

Players who have been key components to UNC's 8-3 record, which includes victories over all three aforementioned programs, were regularly picked on for their deficiencies in the offseason. This led to some serious misconceptions that will be squashed today.

The following is a breakdown of the five most common preseason misconceptions about the 2013-14 Tar Heels.

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