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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | April 20, 2017

Watch: North Carolina basketball releases a video recap of their championship season

Well, it’s been almost three weeks since North Carolina won the daggum national title, and in case any of the details of that championship season were fading from your memory, the Tar Heels have you covered.

UNC released a 25-minute video recapping the year — from the very first practice to the last Monday night of the season.

The video includes behind-the-scenes footage of the team, postgame celebrations and interviews, and in-game highlights, and is accompanied by a playlist that features Chance the Rapper (twice), Kendrick Lamar, Migos, Drake, Bruno Mars, Imagine Dragons and more.

Coach Roy William’s now-annual tradition of counting down the remaining teams after every round of the NCAA tournament was a steady highlight in the latter half of the video, which also featured a Theo Pinson airballed finger roll, Justin Jackson dancing to bagpipes in a subway station, and an almost uncomfortable amount of close-ups of assistant coach C.B. McGrath.

Carve out half an hour of your day and see for yourself:

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