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Q&A with ex-UNC star Brad Daugherty: Michael Jordan never played it safe
What’s the most important thing you learned from Dean Smith? Brad Daugherty: The biggest thing is humility. Basketball was important, but he used it as...

A look back at UNC's 1984 NCAA Tournament game versus Indiana
UNC meets Indiana in the Sweet Sixteen on Friday night. It will be the first postseason meeting between the two teams since 1984. That season...

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...

Roy Williams Golfs for Charity
Every year, before the start of the Nike Peach Jam, a handful of coaches come together to golf for a cause. The Nations of Coaches...

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...

Is time finally right for Clemson to win at UNC?
No longer do the Clemson Tigers have to make an annual trip to UNC, a place where they’ve never won a game. When Brad Brownell...

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...

Brad Frederick Is Back In Blue
When Brad Frederick graduated from UNC in 1999, his coach, Bill Guthridge, told him: "Go away for a few years, and hopefully you'll have the...

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...

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...

Daugherty liked Majerus because Dean Smith did
Brad Daugherty went on to become an All-American at North Carolina and an NBA all-star while Rick Majerus eventually became a head coach and won...

Video: 1983-84 UNC Basketball Highlights
Highlights from the 1983-1984 UNC basketball team featuring Michael Jordan, Kenny Smith, Matt Doherty, Brad Daugherty, and other Tar Heel greats...

Previewing Clemson
North Carolina returns home after an embarrassing road loss to face Clemson, a team that has never won in Chapel Hill. Tuesday's tip-off at the...

Tar Heels can't dwell on their lopsided loss
Six days ago, Clemson blew out Georgia Tech by 25 points. Two days ago, Georgia Tech embarrassed UNC by 20. So using the transitive property,...

Lucas: Celebration Event Promises Chills
With over 50 former Tar Heel players returning for the Feb. 12 Celebration of a Century event at the Smith Center, it's reasonable to assume...

Legendary ACC Team No. 16: 1984 North Carolina
Is this the most underachieving ACC team ever? Some may agree that it is. The Tar Heels had Michael Jordan as a junior, Sam Perkins...

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