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12 players who can impact their team's fate in 2014-15: Brice Johnson
Brice Johnson is not a banger. He was listed last year at 210 pounds. But the team has great size in the middle from Kennedy...

Video: Joel James and Brice Johnson Interview
In a laid back interview, Brice Johnson and Joel James discuss playing full speed and watching their favorite players on tape...

Recap and Expectations: Brice Johnson
After averaging 10.3 points and 6.1 rebounds as a sophomore, it is not crazy to expect 14 points and 8 rebounds from Brice Johnson as...

Turner's Take: Building a Better Brice
Brice Johnson started just two games in his sophomore season, a pair of home games against Davidson and Northern Kentucky. But despite averaging fewer than...

UNC forward Brice Johnson aims to ’turn it up’ after McAdoo’s departure
At first Brice Johnson didn’t know what to think – whether he should be disappointed that James Michael McAdoo was leaving North Carolina or whether...

Surprised by McAdoo’s departure, Brice Johnson ready to step into starring role for UNC
As much as Brice Johnson will miss playing along side his friend James Michael McAdoo this season, the 6-foot-9 rising junior figures to benefit from...

Brice Johnson primed for breakout
Teams for pick up basketball at North Carolina are picked by point guards - this summer, junior Marcus Paige and sophomore Nate Britt - and...

Brice Johnson Ready to Step Up
When the Tar Heel basketball team stepped on the Smith Center floor on Thursday for its first summer practice session, Brice Johnson officially began his...

Top 10 Power Forwards: #5 Brice Johnson, UNC
Brice Johnson was a part-time player with James Michael McAdoo around, and he possibly could be more than that. In not even 20 minutes a...

Position battles: Centers
North Carolina: Kennedy Meeks versus Brice Johnson. Meeks is much more of a physical specimen. He can be immovable at times in the low post...

Position battles: Power forwards
UNC: Jackson Simmons vs. Isaiah Hicks: Or who will back up Brice Johnson? Neither saw much playing time last season, but somebody will have to...

Video: Brice Johnson Sophomore Season Highlights
2013-2014 sophomore season highlights from North Carolina power forward Brice Johnson...

Video: College Basketball's Best Dunks of 2013-2014
A 12-minute montage of college basketball's best dunks of the 2013-2014 season. UNC is well represented with Brice Johnson, J.P. Tokoto, and James Michael McAdoo...

Season In Review: Brice Johnson
Brice Johnson was one of the few post bright spots in the ACC Tournament loss to Pittsburgh, as he shot 8-for-9 from the field on...

Revised pre-season basketball top 25: Post-deadline edition
6. North Carolina Tar Heels: Point guard Marcus Paige played well enough in 2013-14 to earn a fair amount of NBA discussion. Brice Johnson was...

NBA early-entry winners and losers
Winners - North Carolina: The Tar Heels were in a danger zone. UNC lost James Michael McAdoo. It could have seen point guard Marcus Paige...

North Carolina season wrap
The progress Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks showed at times this season provides some promise. Marcus Paige will be back, which means the Tar Heels...

Dick Vitale's Super Six for 2014-15
5. North Carolina: Yes, the Tar Heels are losing James Michael McAdoo, but Roy Williams has a lot of players returning. Marcus Paige will be...

Four Thoughts About Next Season in the Wake of McAdoo's Departure
Now that James Michael McAdoo has announced his decision to leave UNC for the NBA Draft, let's take a look at the issues raised for...

A Very Early College Basketball Top 25 for 2014-15
8. North Carolina: The foundation of the Tar Heels will be juniors Marcus Paige, Brice Johnson and J.P Tokoto, but the Tar Heels have standout...

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