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Crean on North Carolina

Indiana coach Tom Crean gave his thoughts on North Carolina on Monday. The teams meet Tuesday at Assembly Hall.

"James McAdoo is as good a rebounder, especially on the offensive end, that we will have seen this year or any other year," Crean said. "They are at a high level. They are deep, they shoot the ball, they have a couple of guys in (P.J.) Hairston and (Reggie) Bullock that can shoot with anybody in the country. They've got two point guards that can push the ball, that can get to the lane, that can shoot the ball. They've got a good mix of older and younger and they are coached by a hall of famer (Roy Williams)."

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