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Freshmen bring toughness to Tar Heels
The Tar Heels have long had a perception of leaning toward finesse well before Roy Williams tenure began. But Carolina’s freshman class of Joel Berry,...

Veterans, Rookies Seizing The Summer for Tar Heels
Taking advantage of a new NCAA policy that allows teams to meet two hours per week for official summer practice, the Tar Heels are getting...

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...

Sporting News College Basketball Top 25
No. 5, North Carolina: Nobody has more point guards. It's not like in football, where having two quarterbacks means you have none. In basketball, you...

Top 50 college basketball coaches: No. 16 Roy Williams
Roy Williams is recruiting well, just as he always does. The 2014 class is especially impressive. It comprises three players, all of whom are at...

Freshman Orientation: Joel Berry
Joel Berry will hit Chapel Hill in a little over two weeks as he makes the transition from high school star (two-time state champion and...

FABC picks Joel Berry II as king of basketball court
Lake Highland Prep’s Joel Berry, a senior, was named the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches King of the Court as the state's top player. Berry,...

Video: Theo Pinson High School Mix Tape
High school highlights of 2014 North Carolina basketball commit Theo Pinson. Pinson will join the Tar Heels this fall along with fellow incoming freshmen Joel...

A Look Ahead: Point Guard
In Marcus Paige, Nate Britt, Stilman White, and Joel Berry, the Tar Heels are going to have four players who are all capable of entering...

Position battles: Shooting guards
J.P. Tokoto may now be the closest thing the Tar Heels will have to a shooting guard in 2014-15. The question here is which of...

Position battles: Point guards
Kendall Marshall’s injury in the 2012 NCAA tournament sabotaged a team built for a national title run and coach Roy Williams vowed he’d never be...

Look back, look ahead: UNC Basketball
The Tar Heels roster is stacked with a lot of talent, not to mention a lot more athleticism. UNC will be a preseason top 10...

Ranking the ACC/Big Ten Challenge games
2. Iowa at North Carolina: The Hawkeyes and Tar Heels both want to run early and often. UNC will be a much more athletic team...

Scout.com's Final 2014 Basketball Recruit Rankings
Scout.com released their final rankings of 2014 basketball recruits on Thursday, and North Carolina was well-represented. Small forward Justin Jackson is rated as the No...

College Basketball Talk’s Way-Too Early Top 25, Volume Two
6. North Carolina: James Michael McAdoo is gone, but Marcus Paige is returning to school, which is good news. The Tar Heels essentially return the...

UNC recruits give strong showing at all-star games
To me, the player who could make the greatest impact for Carolina is Justin Jackson. This is a guy who runs the floor extremely well...

12 Winners & Losers From The Jordan Brand Classic
North Carolina – Roy Williams‘ three-man recruiting class of Justin Jackson, Theo Pinson and Joel Berry is everything the team was missing this past season...

Interview with Joel Berry II
Joel Berry II is one of the top high school point guards in the country and will be playing his college ball at the University...

Video: Interview with Joel Berry II, USA Junior National Select Team member
2014 USA Basketball Junior National Select Team member Joel Berry II is preparing in Portland, Ore., this week for the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit. The...

Joel Berry in Portland for Nike Hoop Summit, then to Jordan Brand game
After a strong showing in the McDonald’s All-American Game, Lake Highland Prep senior point guard Joel Berry II has two more big basketball games to...

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