VIDEO: P.J. Hairston Throws Down Tip Dunk On Austin Rivers

And here we thought James Michael McAdoo's tip-dunk was the best of the first half. It was -- for a while -- until P.J. Hairston threw his hat into the ring late in the second half. And as of now, the best put-back competition is led by Hairston.

This is the kind of half it's been for Carolina. At the half, the Tar Heels are doubling up Duke and just about everything has been falling for them. And when it hasn't, somebody is there to clean up the mess.

If you're more of a GIF person, we've got that taken care of, too.

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Notice that's Austin Rivers underneath him. The poor kid never stood a chance, and instead got put on a poster. It was a nice try, though!

For more on the Tar Heels, visit UNC blog Carolina March. For more on the Blue Devils, check out Duke blog Duke Basketball Report. For all news and information regarding college hoops, head over to SB Nation's dedicated NCAA basketball hub.

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