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Is getting Cameron Johnson better for North Carolina than landing Kevin Knox?
Finally, Pittsburgh announced Cam Johnson will be immediately eligible to play for the Tar Heels. After Kevin Knox decided to join Kentucky and serve as...

Where does UNC turn after Kevin Knox decision?
Kevin Knox picking Kentucky may have the biggest impact on UNC. With Justin Jackson going pro, the Tar Heels had huge minutes for a big...

Chansky’s Notebook: Decisions, Decisions
UNC is banking on Justin Jackson, or the lack thereof, to land Kevin Knox. The Tar Heels have a set position for Knox, who is...

Will the NBA decisions of Pinson, Bradley impact the recruitment of Kevin Knox?
UNC has made Kevin Knox its top 2017 target for two years. With Justin Jackson leaving, UNC is using a similar pitch — Knox can...

Justin Jackson is gone. Now what?
How does Justin Jackson's departure to the NBA affect UNC for next season? There are are still some variables out there. Junior Joel Berry and...

Five storylines to follow during the late college basketball signing period
Could North Carolina's April get even better? The Tar Heels are in the top five for Kevin Knox, who is also considering Florida State, Missouri,...

Kevin Knox Blog: Watching UNC vs. Duke, decision looming
Kevin Knox: "(The UNC-Duke game) was pretty cool; Of course (Jalek Felton) was in my ear the whole time about coming to North Carolina with...

Catching Up with Former Tar Heel Justin Knox
Justin Knox joined the Tar Heels as their first-ever graduate transfer and provided much-needed frontcourt depth. Today Justin, his wife, Rachel, and kids, Carter and...

Basketball Recruiting Mailbag: UNC Scholarship Numbers
I recently received a great email question regarding UNC's basketball scholarship numbers and how they factor into recruiting, so I thought I'd share the response...

UNC Basketball Recruiting Week in Review
A look back at the past week in UNC basketball recruiting...

Justin Knox signs with team in Puerto Rico
Justin Knox (205 cm, North Carolina’11) has joined forces with Puerto Rico BSN franchise Capitanes de Arecibo as an import player. The American will link...

Today In UNC-Duke History: March 5, 2011
Beyond junior Tyler Zeller and seniors Justin Knox and Justin Watts, the main contributors were freshmen Kendall Marshall and Harrison Barnes and sophomores John Henson...

UNC Looking at Alabama Transfer Trevor Lacey
Wing guard Trevor Lacey just finished his sophomore season at Alabama where he led the Crimson Tide in assists and three point shooting. Lacey started...

Who’s playing where in the NBA summer league
Here’s a list of former ACC players who are in action, which teams they’re playing for and who some of the veterans played for last...

RTC Conference Primers: Atlantic Coast Conference
North Carolina (NCAA #1 Seed): The Tar Heels are the prohibitive favorite to win it all. They bring back everyone of significance but Justin Knox,...

Luke Winn's Top 16 Instant Impact Freshmen
#11 James Michael McAdoo; PF, North Carolina: McAdoo isn't going to start for the Tar Heels, whose front line consists of returnees Harrison Barnes, John...

Justin Knox pens deal with Minsk-2006
Justin Knox (205-F, college: N.Carolina) pens deal with Minsk-2006 for the next season. The American Forward comes from North Carolina. In 2010-2011 he moved...

ACC Recruiting Links, June 7
Tight end Justin Meredith turned down more than 30 scholarship offers and committed to North Carolina. Tight end Terrance Knox also pledged to become a...

UNC's Bridge To Next Season
The prevailing belief is that UNC won’t lose anyone early to the NBA draft, so it only must replace forward Justin Knox, and will do...

Video: Senior Night tribute
Tribute video to Justin Knox, Daniel Bolick, Van Hatchell, and DJ Johnston...

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