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Tyler Hansbrough

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  1. One of the most venerated basketball players in North Carolina's decorated basketball history. Just today he won the Chevrolet Player of the Year Award prior to his Final Four game against Kansas. The Junior forward is now a two-time first team All-American. Some raise the question whether people make a fuss about him because he is a high-profile white player, rather than simply because of his merit (he IS really good). Such people point to Michael Beasley of Kansas State, who is also a very good player, but who is largely out of the spotlight, especially when compared with Hansbrough. Posted by: kindofabigdeal on Apr 05, 2008 (0) (0)
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