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4The Daily Tar HeelMondav January 30, 1984
UNC stops Ga. Tech
Price helps turn things around
By FRANK KENNEDY
Assistant Sports Editor
Mark Price had a challenge facing him
The sophomore guard's Georgia Tech
Yellow Jackets were hanging tough
against No. 1 North Carolina Saturday,
trailing only 48-45. But then John Salley,
Tech's intimidating power forward, foul
ed out of the game while trying to stop
UNC's Michael Jordan on a fast-break
layup with 7:28 to play.
Salley's departure all but eliminated
the Jackets' inside threat, as center Yvon
Joseph had left just minutes earlier.
Jordan swished both ensuing free
throws, giving the Tar Heels a five-point
edge. Price knew the only hope was to
make that outside bomber he has become
known for. So, when the Jackets brought
the ball upcourt, Price rifled a 25-footer
that rimmed the basket. The Tar Heels
rebounded, and Tech never got closer
than five points again and fell to UNC,
For Price, there was only mild disap
pointment with this defeat; there was no
bitterness from the 6-foot guard who has
all but turned around Tech's fortunes.
After all, he remembers when the Yellow
Jackets were soundly beaten week in and
week out by everyone and his brother. So
how could he be terribly upset with only
Tech's third loss in 17 games.?
"We showed a lot of people that
Georgia Tech is a team to be reckoned
with," Price said. "We had a chance to
win. If our big men hadn't have gotten in
foul trouble, we would have taken it right
down to the wire."
Price,. who scored 14 points on six-of-17
shooting from the field and dished
out six assists, said he figured his team
had already gotten over the biggest
challenge: earning a little respect.
"We don't come into games trying to
prove anything," he said. "We just let
people decide for themselves."
Tech applied a tough man-to-man
pressure defense that, according to Price,
forced a number of missed UNC shots.
On numerous occasions, UNC penetrated
but could not get the shots to fall. Despite
a 39-23 rebounding edge, the Tar Heels
never had the game locked up until the
final two minutes.
"They had to play us straight up (on
defense)," Price said of the Tar Heels.
"Nobody can zone us because we have
such a strong outside game."
In fact, the Tar Heels could easily have
Forward Sam Perkins, who suffered
a mild thigh bruise in practice earlier in
the week, was advised not to play Satur
day. However, the senior Ail-American
insisted on playing and scored 16 points
and 12 rebounds. Had Perkins been ab
sent, coach Dean Smith's game plan to
get the ball inside might have failed,
Tech's Joseph picked up three per
sonal fouls in the first six minutes of the
game and was not a threat. "That was
more of a factor defensively than offen
sively because we couldrt match up with
Perkins and Daugherty inside," Price
The Tar Heels frustrated Tech by
converting on 17 of 21 free throws in the
final 7:28, including several one-and-one
"Right now, we're real positive," Price
said after the loss. "We've beaten
everyone in the ACC except Carolina,
and we get another shot at them. There's
no greater challenge than being in college
basketball at Georgia Tech. We're learn
ing more every game, and we're getting
better every time. I hope we'll be a na
tional contender, hopefully before I get
out of here."
Tech coach Bobby Cremins knows
how close his team is to that status.
"We're still a year or two away," he said.
"We need one more good recruiting
At 4-2 in the ACC, Tech is one of only
three teams with a winning record in con
ference play and stands a eood chance of
'going to the NCAA tournament.
"We have confidence that we can play
with anybody," Price said. "I feel good
because I know I've had something to do
with the turnaround."
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"It was the first time our defense didn't
carry us," Dean Smith said. "But of course, in
the second half Jordan put on a show and
Perkins was all over the place."
Jordan put on a show and Perkins was all
over the place enough to counter a North
Carolina man-to-man defense that was unable
to contain Reynolds, and a variety of zones
that didn't fare much better.
The Tigers inched a 37-34 halftime ad
vantage to six points with- 13:28 to play on
Leonard Mitchell's 18-foot jump shot before
the Tar Heels tightened up on defense and Jor
dan took control. Less than 9 minutes and 17
Jordan points later, North Carolina was up by
7 and "the incident" was just seconds away.
"I just wanted to create something because
we weren't penetrating and the fast break
wasn't producing anything," Jordan said of
his scoring outburst. "I was going to the offen
sive boards, penetrating."
In the eyes of Dale Brown, Jordan played a
part in the creation of a minor controversy
over the events that interrupted Kenny Smith's
season. The LSU coach thought Jordan should
have been ejected from the game for pushing
Tudor to the floor. But he added that the
referees' failure to do so had no effect on the
"That had nothing to do with it," Brown
said. "The turning point was we weren't pa
tient in the second half, whereas we were in the
first half. We questioned we could win. That
was the difference."
LOUISIANA STATE (79)
Mitchell 6-16 0-0 12, Reynolds 12-15 5-6 29, N.
Wilson 0-1 0-0 0, Tudor 5-9 2-2 12, Taylor
6-16 1-1 13, Vance 1-4 1-2 3, Redden 3 9 2-2 8,
Jones 0-0 0-0 0, A. Wilson 1-3 0-0 2, D. Brown
0-1 0-0 0, O. Brown 0-0 0-0 0, Cojoe 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 34-74 11-13 79.
NORTH CAROLINA (90)
Doherty4-9 1-Z.9, PerKJ5,5J0 9-10 19, Daugherty
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Popson 0-10-0 0, Exum 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 31-56 28-32 90.
GEORGIA TECH (61)
Pet way 2-3 2-2 6, Salley 2-4 0-0 4, Joseph
2-5 1-2 5,Dalrymple7-14 2-2 16, Price 7-16 0-0 14,
Harvey 0-3 OO 0, Neal 4-9 44 12, Byrd 2-4 0-0 4,
ManseU 0-1 0-0 0, Williams 04) 0-0 0.
Totals 26-59 9-10 61.
NORTH CAROLINA (73)
Doherty 3-6 44 10, Perkins 7-17 2-2 16, Daugherty
1-4 47 6, Jordan 6-15 9-11 21. Smith 47 44 12,
Wolf 1-2 0-0 2, Hale 2-3 0-0 4, Popson 1-2 04) 2,
Exum 0-0 0-0 0, Peterson 0-0 f0 0.
Totals 25-56 23-28 73.
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