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Indiana Proves It's a Nightmare Matchup for Anyone in Impressive UNC Upset

Indiana center Thomas Bryant posted up North Carolina’s Kennedy Meeks on Wednesday night at Assembly Hall, and Meeks pushed him away from the block. By the time Bryant caught the ball, he was in the right corner beyond the three-point line. This is the last place most big men want to catch the ball. But not Bryant. The IU sophomore drove around Meeks into the middle of the lane, throwing in a right-handed shot off his right foot going to his left.
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