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Prior to hitting the court at the Spectrum Center for their inaugural NCAA Tournament practice, the North Carolina Tar Heels made a poignant visit to a location deeply intertwined with the heart of their head coach.

On Wednesday morning, Hubert Davis led his team to Brayboy Gymnasium at Johnson C. Smith University for a walkthrough session. According to WBTV, this visit held profound significance for Davis, as both of his parents forged connections at JCSU – his father even donned the Golden Bulls jersey in the 1960s.

For Davis, the alma mater of his parents has always held a special place in his heart. Leading the flagship team of the state into the NCAA Tournament in the Queen City felt like a poignant moment of completion, encapsulating the full-circle journey of his family’s legacy intertwined with basketball.

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