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Anyone worried Blake Griffin will eat Hansbrough alive?

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I like Tyler a lot but I think he is going to get dominated by Griffin

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I'm not worried about it, we have a lot of depth in our front court and can minimize his impact on the game to a point where UNC can win.

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Zeller and Davis can take turns guarding him. Hopefully Hansborough wont have to see him too much

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Hansbrough gives as good as he takes. Oklahoma is going to have their hands full with our front and backcourt.

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Griffin will get his, UNC just needs to make sure nobody else goes off and play their game offensively.

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Griffin will get his, UNC just needs to make sure nobody else goes off and play their game offensively.

That's the key...If he gets 25 and Hans gets 25, it's a wash.

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Hansbrough seeks physical, he thrives on it. Griffin does not. I don't think Hansbrough loses in that connection...

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i'm more worried about our defense not showing up than blake griffin doing anything.

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UNC would be smart to go back and forth with a match up zone to keep any outside shooter from getting hot.

Man to man and inside it might come down to who can avoid foul trouble.

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Two patented Hansbrough flops will have Griffin in foul trouble five minutes into the first half

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