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New Tar Heel Tony Bradley "can't wait to get on campus"
One of UNC's three 2016 enrollees will be heading to Chapel Hill early next week. Tony Bradley, a 6-10, 230-pound center/power forward combo, could be...

Athlon's Early College Basketball Top 25 for 2016-17
6. North Carolina - Losing double-double machine Brice Johnson and senior Marcus Paige drops the ceiling a bit. The Heels will look to Justin Jackson...

Season in Review: Isaiah Hicks
For his role on UNC's ACC regular season and tournament championship winning team, Isaiah Hicks was named the league's Sixth Man of the Year. It...

Not-too-early look ahead at ACC basketball in 2016-17
The Tar Heels are a proven commodity with six regular contributors back from last season’s national runnerup. Although they’ll miss the production and leadership of...

College basketball's winners from NBA draft deadline
4. North Carolina - Returning: Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks. Think the Tar Heels will take a step back after their title-game run a year ago?...

Season in Review: Joel James
Joel James wasn't a star, but he provided UNC with energy and enthusiasm on (known for some awesome celebrations) and off the bench. He was...

Lucas: Jackson's Return Stocks Tar Heels
Some thoughts on Justin Jackson’s announcement that he will return to Carolina for his junior season: The 2016-17 Tar Heels now have multiple reliable ways...

Joel Berry, Isaiah Hicks to return for 2016-2017 season
UNC announced on Friday afternoon that sophomore small forward Justin Jackson and junior center Kennedy Meeks will submit their names for the 2016 NBA draft...

A Very Early College Basketball Top 25 for 2016-17
7. North Carolina: Key Returners: G Joel Berry, F Isaiah Hicks, F Justin Jackson, F Kennedy Meeks, G Theo Pinson; New Arrivals: C Tony Bradley,...

Way Too Early top 25 for 2016–17 season
8. North Carolina: The runner-up team is losing seniors Marcus Paige and Brice Johnson, but they still have a strong corps or returnees led by...

If regulars all return, Tar Heels will remain a title contender
If the key players all return, the likely first seven in UNC's rotation – Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, Isaiah Hicks, Kennedy Meeks, Nate Britt, Theo...

UNC comes up one jumper short in national championship game
UNC’s Isaiah Hicks tried get his hand up and disrupt the decisive shot, but he got there too late. “I saw Ryan come off the...

Isaiah Hicks an unquestioned hero to hometown girl - and NC State fan
The small town of Oxford, N.C. is one divided into may athletic allegiances. But Oxford does have a favorite son, Isaiah Hicks. Hicks led Webb...

UNC describes the emotions of the moment
Emotions can overtake you after you accomplish something that took four years (and really more) to achieve. On Sunday Marcus Paige, Brice Johnson, Isaiah Hicks,...

Final Four Keys: What to watch for in North Carolina-Syracuse game
UNC's imposing frontline is the best in college basketball, featuring 6'10" All-America Brice Johnson, 6'10" Kennedy Meeks and 6'8" Justin Jackson in the starting lineup...

What Indiana can expect from North Carolina
If Indiana is going to impose its offensive will on UNC, the Hoosiers are going to need to be smart around the basket and find...

Guard-heavy lineup helps No. 1 seed UNC succeed in NCAA tourney
Going smaller is becoming a big deal for North Carolina. The Tar Heels haven't hesitated to go to a lineup with four perimeter players around...

Video: Isaiah Hicks - The Sleepy Dunker
UNC's Isaiah Hicks has been a key cog for the Tar Heels this season and was named the ACC 6th Man of the Year for...

Lucas: Deep Thoughts
Roy Williams’ philosophy for his bench is a bit of a paradox: he believes the reserves help the team if they don’t hurt the team...

Seeding the 16 coaches left in the NCAA tournament
2.Roy Williams, UNC: The popular old theory that Williams can only win big with talent and talent alone just no longer flies and hasn’t for...

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