Randolph Childress breaks Jeff McInnis’ ankles, waves and scores 3 of his 37 points in the ACC tournament
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Some ACC flashbacks with Wake Forest’s Randolph Childress and UNC’s Jeff McInnis in the 1995 ACC title game. Childress might of been a huge bust in the NBA by averaging 2 points a game in 2 seasons after being drafted 19th overall in the 1995 draft but in college, playing alongside Tim Duncan, the Demon Deacon was unstoppable. Childress averaged 36 points and 7 assists in the ACC tournament and destroyed UNC with 37 & 7, the game winner and 1 nasty ankle breaker on Jeff McInnis.
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