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Podcast: Bobby Frasor Discusses Tar Heel Basketball and Life Beyond

Former North Carolina guard Bobby Frasor joins host Tommy Ashley and Ross Martin from Inside Carolina to answer reader questions and share his thoughts on a variety of topics from his days as a Carolina recruit, the Tar Heels' 2006 win in Durham, the 2009 title and life beyond his days in Chapel Hill. (Audioboom)

Chansky’s Corner: Camping Out

It has been a habit for former UNC basketball players to spend summers in Chapel Hill or settle here instead of returning to their own hometowns. After all, this is where they played for one of the blue blood programs and became part of the famous Carolina basketball family. Why not? Some of the players have gone a step further and started their own basketball camps. (Chapelboro.com)

Why Vince Carter’s first celebrity golf tournament was better than some NBA stars

NBA swingman Vince Carter was the oldest player in the league last season. This weekend, he was into a new swing. The 41-year-old Carter, currently a free agent after playing in 58 games for the Kings in 2017-18, played in the American Century Championship for the first time and finished in 73rd place with a minus-27 in the event’s modified Stableford scoring system. (Sacramento Bee)

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Football To Face Auburn In 2020, Hornets Training Camp, More

Join hosts Jones Angell of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of GoHeels.com for a lively discussion of how North Carolina and Auburn will face off in football in Atlanta in 2020 and the Charlotte Hornets will hold training camp in the Smith Center. Noted Carolina fan and the recently retired Bill Leslie of WRAL TV in Raleigh also joins the podcast. (GoHeels.com)

Dallas Maverick Harrison Barnes Visits Ames to Support Reading and Basketball

Harrison Barnes, former Ames High School star basketball player and current member of the Dallas Mavericks, is back home for a few days. Barnes and his wife, Brittany, are supporting the Summer Reading Buddy Program with Raising Readers and the Ames Public Library. Barnes is also hosting a basketball camp in Ames and another in the Dallas area. (WHO-TV)

Luke Maye, Aaron Rohlman Earn Spots On NABC Honors Court

The National Association of Basketball Coaches on Tuesday named UNC's Luke Maye and Aaron Rohlman to the 2017-18 NABC Honors Court, recognizing men's college basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the past season. Maye is a business administration major who was a junior in 2017-18. Rohlman graduated in May with a degree in biology. (GoHeels.com)

UNC free of NCAA issues for 1st time under AD Cunningham

UNC athletics director Bubba Cunningham has spent nearly his entire tenure dealing with NCAA issues, from arriving amid a football investigation to dealing with offshoot academic trouble. Now, those long-running NCAA issues are resolved, freeing Cunningham to focus on improving on-field performance or a facility project costing more than $100 million. (Associated Press)

Bacot, Anthony, Walker Among Weekend's Top Performers

During his final run in North Augusta, Cole Anthony was good for 26.2 points, 8.4 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game to back up his status as the most productive player in the 2019 class. Armando Bacot was patrolling the lane and averaging a double-double. C.J. Walker made a huge leap in the most recent 2019 rankings. After a monster Peach Jam, he could be doing so again. (Rivals.com)

Nathan Elliott, Chazz Surratt Ready for QB Camp Competition

UNC’s quarterback competition, which began last fall and started over in spring ball, will likely continue deep into training camp next month. “We don’t have the luxury of having one guy at the quarterback position,” UNC coach Larry Fedora said Monday. “We’ve got two guys who will battle through camp, and we’ll make a decision going into that first game.” (Inside Carolina)

He might not be saying it, but this is Mitch Trubisky’s camp — and year

The excitement is real this time. No, really. Mitch Trubisky has changed the minds of many people who thought the Bears were crazy to take him with the second overall pick in the 2017 draft. He doesn’t have a large body of work to his name, but he showed enough promise after taking over for an ineffective Mike Glennon last season that the fan base seems stoked. (Chicago Sun-Times)


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