The Greatest Media Day Ever
This afternoon is UNC basketball media day. That's good, because it means basketball season is that much closer. But I don't expect it to compare to the greatest media day I ever saw.
I believe this happened in October of 1995 (it may have been 1996, but I think it was '95). Vince Carter was a high-flying freshman who was still known mostly for his dunking. He was about to experience an uneven freshman season that would see Ademola Okulaja beat him out for a starting spot, and the Smith Center crowd would sometime rumble--they didn't boo, but it was about as close as you could get without actually doing it--when he was quickly pulled from games after making a mistake. The reason they were rumbling--not booing--was because Carter could really jump. You owe it to yourself to watch this: