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Video: Marcus Paige's hustle leads to a Justin Jackson layup vs. NC State
After a Justin Jackson steal, Marcus Paige hits the floor to pitch the ball ahead to Jackson for the layup against NC State on February...

At home, a huge win for UNC
They came to the house Dean Smith built, or perhaps the house built for him. And in their first game back in Chapel Hill since...

Justin Jackson finding his way, from home school to hoops hotbed
Thus far, there's been little normal about Justin Jackson's college experience. The freshman forward for 15th-ranked North Carolina gets one day off a week. This...

Titus’s Top 12: UNC a more athletic, more uptempo, less bulky version of Arizona
Marcus Paige is back to playing like an All-American. Kennedy Meeks has been great all year. J.P. Tokoto has expanded his game so much that...

Managing their minutes: Reduced bench means more for some Tar Heels
With more playing time for a core group of UNC players, the Tar Heels say it’s imperative that they play smart when they’re playing a...

Injuries leave Tar Heels short-handed
During Friday's press conference Roy Williams told the media that freshman wing Theo Pinson broke his foot and would miss Saturday's game against Florida State...

Lucas: Repeat Performance
Later this year, we may look back and identify Wednesday night as the exact moment Justin Jackson stopped being a freshman and started being a...

UNC-Wake Forest: Roy Williams Postgame Quotes
Roy Williams: "It was a weird night for us. We were a little low on personnel. We lose Theo [Pinson] and then at the end...

No. 15 UNC beats Wake Forest 87-71 for 4th straight win
Kennedy Meeks scored 12 of his 16 points after halftime to help No. 15 North Carolina pull away and beat Wake Forest 87-71 on Wednesday...

Justin Jackson Avoids Babysitting Duty
After Justin Jackson failed to grab a single rebound in No. 15 North Carolina’s win over N.C. State last week, assistant coach Hubert Davis offered...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Virginia Tech
That was one of the most active games of Justin Jackson's UNC career. The freshman finished with 16 points on 5-for-10 shooting and also hauled...

Jackson, No. 15 UNC earn sloppy 68-53 win over Hokies
Justin Jackson scored 16 points and No. 15 North Carolina held on for a sloppy 68-53 win over Virginia Tech on Sunday night. Brice Johnson...

Video: J.P. Tokoto Alley-oop dunk vs Virginia Tech
UNC forward J.P. Tokoto gets up at the rim to finish the lob from Justin Jackson against Virginia Tech on January 18, 2015...

One on One with Justin Jackson
Freshman Justin Jackson sat down with CAROLINA’s Turner Walston for this exclusive Q&A. Walston: Is your freshman year going like you thought it would? Jackson:...

Recap & Analysis: UNC 74, Clemson 50
UNC probably couldn't ask for a better effort. The first half was the best UNC has looked all season with the defense in full lock...

Justin Jackson leads No. 19 Tar Heels to 74-50 ACC win
Justin Jackson scored 13 points, Kennedy Meeks had 12 points and 12 rebounds and No. 19 North Carolina opened Atlantic Coast Conference play with a...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Clemson
Justin Jackson is coming alive. The freshman had an impressive stretch in the first half when he showed a very diverse offensive game. First he...

Justin Jackson's re-emergence encourages Tar Heels
UNC sophomore forward Kennedy Meeks remembers the point last season when it was time to stop being a freshman and “when it’s time for you...

Justin Jackson turning corner for Heels?
UNC center Kennedy Meeks said Justin Jackson has only shown “a sprinkle” of his potential after their 89-58 victory over UAB on Saturday. The good...

Justin Jackson leaves timid play behind
Taking a nicer approach wasn’t getting the job done. So Hall of Fame coach Roy Williams got mad. And he yelled. And it worked. It...

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