North Carolina Tar Heels: Rumor Central
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However, since sources close to T.A.H. and the UNC basketball program have sent us some juicy rumors, we feel compelled to share.
Here’s the dish, and, remember, you heard it here first.
Roy Williams is frustrated, very frustrated, so don’t be surprised if the current roster shrinks beyond the graduation of Ginyard and Thompson.
Here’s the rumored prediction of events:
Ed Davis will go to the NBA
Going after his truncated injury-ended season will cost him a bunch of money, but if he was part of the problem nobody will stop him. He can’t possibly be seen as a first-round choice as he was last year when he was a shining star sub playing with four future NBA teammates.
Larry Drew II will transfer
Drew has publicly denied this on more than one occasion. Some Tar Heel fans have been absurdly critical of Drew, expecting the sophomore with limited experience to fill the now-NBA-sized shoes of former standout point guards Ty Lawson and Raymond Felton is totally unfair. Having said that, he still throws some horrific passes for no discernible reasons.
Justin Watts will transfer
Apparently the sophomore is unhappy about something. We don’t know what that is, but we’ll guess playing time is the issue.
Will Graves will do something
There seems to be some speculation about Graves, but we can’t figure out what it is—how many cheeseburgers he eats a week? Although he has had some personality clashes with his coaches in the past, ole’ Roy calls Graves his “smartest player.” We wager he’s back and playing a big role in that Danny Green three-point shooter kind of way.
Dexter Strickland is rumored to have some academic problems and David Wear is injured—not sure yet how seriously.
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