From King's Court on Espn.com:
F: Whiny coaches: It was a bit surprising to hear Maryland's Mark Turgeon complain about a dunk by North Carolina's John Henson in the final seconds of the Tar Heels' 83-74 win. Turgeon sounded petty. Sure, the right move would've been to let the clock run out, but Henson said he wanted to regain a little confidence after having his shot blocked all game by Maryland 7-footerAlex Len. "I don't know if I initially wanted to dunk," Henson told reporters. "But instinct … he's running at me and I'm under the basket and it just kind of kicked in. I'm happy with the decision. He'd been blocking my shot all night, and it's good to get at least one shot on him." The dunk wasn't unsportsmanlike. Things happen in the heat of a game. Good for Henson for not apologizing.
"Complain"? He said one sentence and then changed the subject to the improvement of his team. Anybody think Turge was out of line with his "I didn't like the dunk" statement?