Da Real Talk said:
Thats 6 Outta How Many Played For Duke & Outta That 6 Only Two Of Them Are All Stars But Deng>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
But What Happened To Avery,Langdon,Hurley,Redd*ck Etc
That's not to say UNC has fallen off the map. The Heels still have a formidable group -- about to grow by two (Brandan Wright and Reyshawn Terry) compared to one (Josh McRoberts) for Duke.
It's just that Duke's group is better. During the 2006-07 NBA season, Duke had more players in the league than UNC (13 to 12), more starters (seven to five), and since 1997 has sent more first-round picks than the Tar Heels (12 to eight).
If Philadelphia team president and GM Billy King could build an All-Duke lineup, it would look like this:
Boozer, Deng and Elton Brand in the frontcourt with Corey Maggette and Chris Duhon at the guards. Grant Hill, Shane Battier and Mike Dunleavy could come off the bench. You could round out the top 10 with rookies Shelden Williams and J.J. Red*ck.
If Jordan, who's Charlotte's part-owner and personnel czar, could build an All-UNC lineup, it would look like this:
Antawn Jamison, Rasheed Wallace and Brendan Haywood (somebody has to guard Brand) in the frontcourt, and Vince Carter and Raymond Felton at the guards. Jerry Stackhouse, Marvin Williams, Sean May, Rashad McCants and David Noel could come off the bench.
Who would you choose?