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Transformed Meeks Poised For Breakout Season
Low-post returning starter Kennedy Meeks could be an X-factor for the No. 6 North Carolina men’s basketball team this season. After losing nearly 50 pounds,...

Meeks and Johnson: Guardians Of The Glass
Whether it was Sean May, Tyler Hansbrough, Tyler Zeller or John Henson, opponents constantly had to figure out ways to stop UNC's low post scorers...

What To Watch For: Fayetteville State
Carolina takes on Fayetteville State tonight in exhibition play. Here are four things to keep your eye on whether you're at the Smith Center or...

Less is More? Paige’s Scoring Burden Lifted
Preseason All-America pick Marcus Paige carried the offensive load for UNC last season. But this year, Paige is hoping improved balance will ease his scoring...

Shaping UNC's Frontcourt
Kennedy Meeks dropped weight this offseason, while Brice Johnson added mass. Their body transformations may solidify North Carolina’s post this season. Over the past two...

For North Carolina's Kennedy Meeks, less is more
For the first time in a long time — maybe ever — Kennedy Meeks wants to talk about his weight. On a recent afternoon, the...

Lucas: Pushing The Pace
There are essentially two beginnings to the 2014-15 basketball season. The first was Friday night, when the focus was on having fun, on some iffy...

Video: Kennedy Meeks lip syncs Whitney Houston at Late Night With Roy
Kennedy Meeks puts on a special performance singing Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" at Late Night With Roy on October 3, 2014...

Justin Jackson stars in first UNC scrimmage
During a 20-minute intrasquad scrimmage that capped off the annual “Late Night with Roy” season tipoff, Justin Jackson scored 17 points on 8-of-9 shooting and...

Video: UNC Players Post-Late Night Interviews
Sophomores Kennedy Meeks and Isaiah Hicks talk to the media after entertaining the crowd at Late Night With Roy...

Video: Late Night With Roy Highlights
The Tar Heels tips off the 2014-2015 season with Late Night With Roy on October 3, 2014 with dances, skits and an unbelievable performance by...

Dick Vitale Places UNC 5th in Top 40
I cannot wait for the 2014-15 college hoop season to tip off, baby! Here we go, my breakdown of the top 40: 5. North Carolina:...

Q&A With Roy Williams
The Tar Heels return three starers, including All-America guard Marcus Paige, as well as forwards J.P. Tokoto, Kennedy Meeks and Brice Johnson. With several ranked...

UNC center Kennedy Meeks posts digital scale reading
UNC sophomore center Kennedy Meeks posted an image of a digital scale reading on his personal instagram account. The scale reads 266.64 pounds with the...

Kennedy Meeks among 5 sophomores primed to break out
Kennedy Meeks is a promising low-post prospect with good hands and elite offensive rebounding ability, so he'll get touches on the blocks and create points...

The Transformation of Kennedy Meeks
Still two months out from the official start of basketball season (Late Night with Roy is on October 3rd), talk is already swirling around the...

12 players who can impact their team's fate in 2014-15: Brice Johnson
Brice Johnson is not a banger. He was listed last year at 210 pounds. But the team has great size in the middle from Kennedy...

Kennedy Meeks shows off dramatic weight loss
When James Michael McAdoo decided to forgo his senior season, it became clear that North Carolina would rely more on rising sophomore Kennedy Meeks to...

Healthier, Fitter Meeks Eager for Round Two in Chapel Hill
Sophomore UNC forward Kennedy Meeks will be a whole lot lighter when he takes to the Smith Center floor in 2014. A now fully fit...

Thinner Meeks seeks leadership role
Heading into his sophomore season at North Carolina, Kennedy Meeks is looking to do more than merely establish himself as a starter and key contributor...

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