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James Worthy > UNC (> or =) Duke

Posted by on Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 2:11 PM

The cover of our Dec. 3 N.C. Basketball Preview featured local musicians Bradley Cook (wearing the Duke shirt; a member of Megafaun) and William Anderson (wearing N.C. State and UNC apparel; a member of The Prayers and Tears of Arthur Digby Sellers). Both of these guys—natives of the mighty state of Wisconsin—could care less about ACC basketball, though Cook did buy a UNC sweatshirt and began rooting (mildly) for the Tar Heels upon moving to N.C. in 2006. This morning, though, Cook decided to take a definitive stand for UNC before tonight's really big game versus Duke. Thing is, his decision doesn't have anything to do with the current Tar Heels squad...

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Cook is known in some circles as a member of Megafaun, in others as a gigantic Los Angeles Lakers fan and in still others as Bro III. That's right, Psycho T: He's not pulling for you. He's pulling for the legend that is alumnus and Gastonia native "Big Game" James Ager Worthy.

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