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Brad Daugherty Weighs in on Confederate Flag Debate
Asked his take on the Confederate flag, Brad Daugherty, who co-owns JTG Daugherty Racing, told SiruisXM NASCAR Radio: “Being an African-American man going to the...

A conversation with Brad Daugherty
Born in Black Mountain, NC, Brad Daugherty rose to basketball stardom at UNC and in the NBA. Since 1994, he has covered both basketball and...

Speakers For Dean Smith Celebration
UNC will celebrate the life of Dean E. Smith Sunday (Feb. 22) at 2 p.m. at the Smith Center. Speaking on behalf of the Carolina...

Brad Daugherty on Dean Smith: ‘I learned more about life...from him than about basketball’
Brad Daugherty, former UNC player, former NBA star, and now ESPN college basketball analyst and part-owner of JTG Daugherty Racing: “When I got to the...

Tar Heels Host Hokies Sunday
North Carolina (13-4, 3-1 ACC) will try for its third Atlantic Coast Conference win in a row when it hosts Virginia Tech (8-8, 0-3) on...

Daugherty: Stuart Scott 'changed the whole platform'
Long before they worked together at ESPN, Brad Daugherty and Stuart Scott were mass communication majors at North Carolina. Daugherty, a native of Black Mountain,...

Brad Daugherty's American Kitchen & Drink to close
Daugherty's American Kitchen and Drink, 2 Gerber Road in South Asheville, will end operations in the coming days after a five-month stint, according to a...

Brad Daugherty launches Hoops Against Hunger
JTG Daugherty Racing team owner, ESPN analyst and former basketball star Brad Daugherty helped launch a campaign on Wednesday called Hoops Against Hunger to raise...

Busy Brad Daugherty back in basketball
Black Mountain native and former Owen High, North Carolina and NBA star Brad Daugherty, who made the transition to NASCAR race-team owner, is excited about...

Brad Daugherty reflects on 1st NASCAR team win
Owen basketball legend Brad Daugherty recently opened his own restaurant in south Asheville, but another venture was the one getting all the attention Sunday. A.J...

Brad Daugherty to open restaurant in South Asheville
Brad Daugherty, NASCAR analyst, former Cleveland Cavalier, and Black Mountain native son, will open the “casual-upscale” Daugherty's American Kitchen & Drink in south Asheville next...

The Best That Never Was?
The 1983-1984 Tar Heels were arguably the best team Dean Smith put on the floor in his 36 years in Chapel Hill. That UNC team...

15 Colleges That Produce The Best NBA Players
1. North Carolina: Home to the greatest NBA player of all-time, Michael Jordan, UNC has been pumping out All-Stars for over 40 years. Before MJ,...

Brad Daugherty's interest in racing more than passing
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Texas Motor Speedway as the season begins to wind down. Brad Daugherty, an ESPN analyst, will be at...

Joel James has a big number to fill
Sophomore forward Joel James willingly abandoned the No. 0 jersey he wore last season to allow freshman Nate Britt to wear it. Before choosing his...

Lucas: Media Day Storylines
This Joel James situation is one of the more interesting Carolina big man storylines since Brad Daugherty arrived in Chapel Hill as a raw 16-year-old...

Brad Daugherty told Michael Jordan the Bobcats are “TERRIBLE”
Michael Jordan may not be as successful a basketball owner as he was a basketball player. Well, thanks Captain Obvious! At least not now, according...

Lefty Driesell on Len Bias and Marilyn Monroe
During his two-hour sitdown with ESPN 980's Kevin Sheehan and Thom Loverro last week, Lefty Driesell was asked a simple question about Len Bias, and...

Reggie Bullock Named Team MVP at Basketball Awards Banquet
UNC Press Release - Forward Reggie Bullock led the University of North Carolina in three-point percentage, was second in rebounding and third in scoring and...

15 Best Teams That Never Won the NCAA Tournament
5. 1984 North Carolina Tar Heels (28–3, 14–0 ACC) Lost to Indiana in Sweet 16; On paper, this was Dean Smith’s most talented team. National...

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