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8The Tar Heel Tuesday. July 21, 1987
'Experts' may be wrong: Reid, South team should roll to gold
By STEPHEN GILES
Some impressions from
action in men's basketball:
The "experts' from the media
and the coaching staffs alike seem
to have pegged the North to be
the gold medal-bound outfit.
Don't be so sure. Look for the
South to upend the North in the
Less talent, but better chemis
try, more experience, and that
"will to win."
With a backcourt consisting of
high school All-Americans such as
Jerome Harmon, Jay Edwards,
Lyndon Jones, and Rumeal
Robinson, the North can run the
break and hit the perimeter shots.
Add inside strength with 6-10, 235
pound Terry Mills and 6-6 Eric
Manuel and the North has a
However, before the North can
cash in on the gold, head coach
Bob Nichols must mesh his young
talent and get them to play as a
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Mills was outstanding, especially
in the North East matchup on
Saturday. In that game, Mills
scored 18 points on:8-of-ll field
goal shooting, grabbed 15
rebounds, blocked five shots, and
even dished off three assists as the
North won, 84-70.
Louisville's 6-4 guard Jerome
Harmon, the slam-dunk cham
pion at the BC Camps two con
sective years, has impressed with
his leaping ability and the surpris
ing range on his jump shot. In the
first game, Harmon totaled only
six points and four rebounds, but
was solid nonetheless.
Rumeal Robinson found tne
early going tough. Like his Wol
verine teammate Mills, Robinson
was a Proposition 48 casualty last
year. Robinson, a physical guard,
managed only two points in the
first game, but bounced back in
the second game, recording 10
points to go along with six
rebounds and two assists in a
losing effort to the South.
The East team boasts the 1987
USA National High School Player
of the Year, Dennis Scott, a 6-6,
215-pound consensus All-America
forward. Add Duke-bound 6-5
forward Greg Koubek, a Parade
Magazine and McDonald's Ail
American; 7-1, 240-pound Louis
ville product Felton Spencer; and
6-2 sharp-shooting guard Elander
Lewis; and the East has the
makings of a fine squad.
Still, East Head Coach Lefty
Driesell found it difficult in the
early going. After an opening
round loss to the North squad, the
East bounced back strong in their
second outing. Behind an 18
point, six-rebound performance
from Dennis Scott the East team
defeated the West, 100-82. Spencer
added 11 points and eight
rebounds in the victory.
"Being successful in basketball
depends on attitude. We felt we
would play better with a game
under our belt," Driesell noted. "In
the second half we played very
well, especially on defense."
On paper the West team seems
to tower over its opponents.
Dominating on the inside, right?
Wrong! Early action has charac
terized the West as being too
slender to bang with their
There is talent on the West
team, however. USA Today Ail
American, Sean Higgins, a 6-7
Michigan-bound forward who is
as good as they come. Add 6-11,
225-pound consensus Ail
American center LeRon Ellis and
6-10, 240-pound pivotman Sean
Rooks and you quickly realize the
West is not lacking in talent.
Head Coach Andy Russo
blamed "poor shot selection and
not working as a team" as the
major problems his team has faced
in its two defeats. uWe need a more
balanced attack with scoring from
the outside as well as from the
inside," Russo noted.
And now ... the South. My
prediction before the tournament
had the South taking the gold.
With consecutive victories in their
first two games, head coach Eddie
Sutton has his squad sitting pretty.
J.R. Reid heads the South team
which includes fellow Tar Heels
King Rice, a 5-1 1 McDonald's All
American point guard and for
ward Peter Chilcutt, a 6-8 redshirt
freshman. On Sunday night, Sut-
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