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Marcus Paige, UNC teammates raise competition in on-campus pickup games (with video)
The courts at Ram Village, near the Smith Center, and near the Cobb Residence Hall, at another end of campus, are among UNC's most popular...

Video: Berry and Pinson break it down
It seems former Tar Heel dancing phenom Danny Green might have been replaced as the most skilled and inspired dancing UNC basketball player. In a...

Joel Berry Enjoying the Journey
Joel Berry II averaged 13.2 minutes, 4.2 points and 1.5 assists per game. Like freshman counterpart Justin Jackson, he played his best basketball in March...

Player Review: Nate Britt
Nate Britt entered the season as UNC's backup at point guard and along with Joel Berry was slated see plenty of minutes possible in a...

Season in review: Joel Berry II
Once Joel Berry returned from an injury that kept him out of seven games between January and February, he emerged as a quality back-up point...

Player Review: Joel Berry
Joel Berry entered the season with the expectation that he would be able to play important minutes at point guard and permit Marcus Paige to...

Loaded Schedule, High Expectations Await
The best thing about the end of the 2014-15 basketball season is that it's finally acceptable to look ahead to the 2015-16 season. With the...

Ridiculously Early Basketball Preseason Top 25
2. North Carolina: UNC is projected to return every relevant player from a team that finished 12th in KenPom's final ratings. Notable players definitely gone:...

Killer mindset may have kept UNC from Final Four
All of the coaches here in the Final Four have killers. North Carolina coach Roy Williams? Not so much. “I think we have it in...

UNC Basketball Next Season: The Offense
Looking towards next season, one key will be the offense finding game-to-game consistency and also raising the overall range in which UNC operates. The key...

Tar Heels Grow in Late Season Success, Final Loss
North Carolina played some of its best basketball at the end of the season. Justin Jackson finally emerged as the player many had hoped, and...

Sweet 16 stage not too big for freshmen Justin Jackson, Joel Berry
The score was close, an Elite Eight berth was at stake and North Carolina was running against slow-paced Wisconsin. Two freshmen were leading the fastbreak...

Recap & Analysis: Wisconsin 79 UNC 72
In many ways, UNC did everything it needed to do against a very good Wisconsin team. The Tar Heels kept the turnovers in check, got...

UNC Freshman in the NCAA Tournament Stats
Heading into the 2015 NCAA Tournament, UNC will be leaning heavily on at least two freshman. Justin Jackson is a starter and one of four...

Tar Heels riding Jackson, Berry into NCAA Tournament
North Carolina is playing its best basketball heading into the NCAA tournament, and the Tar Heels’ highly touted freshmen are a big reason why. Justin...

Justin Jackson, from Humble, Tex., leads UNC to ACC title game
It would be wrong to call Justin Jackson quiet. He’s certainly not the most vocal member of the UNC basketball team, but it’s hard to...

Video: Locker Room Players Post-UVA Interviews
Joel Berry II, J.P. Tokoto, Isaiah Hicks, and Brice Johnson spoke to the media following Carolina's upset victory against top-seeded Virginia in the ACC Tournament...

Lucas: Patience And Poise
As Joel Berry bounced the ball 30 feet from the basket with less than two minutes remaining, he heard Roy Williams’ voice in the back...

Burst from Tar Heels freshman is Berry, Berry good vs. Louisville
Joel Berry’s eight-point contribution Thursday was a perhaps overlooked, yet necessary component in North Carolina’s quarterfinal defeat of Louisville. All of the freshman guard’s scoring...

Cavs, Heels close to getting healthy
Two of the most hobbled teams in the ACC are trying to get back to full strength, just in time to meet in the ACC...

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