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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...

Video: One-on-one with Kennedy Meeks
Jones Angell sits down with North Carolina sophomore center Kennedy Meeks to talk about his summer, conditioning and the upcoming season...

Turner's Take: Transforming Body and Mind
Kennedy Meeks and Isaiah Hicks addressed the media Wednesday afternoon at the Smith Center. The two are both undergoing transformations ahead of their sophomore seasons...

Apparently Kennedy Meeks Can Do a Windmill Dunk Now
Is there any doubt UNC's strength and conditioning program is the best in college basketball assuming the player is willing to do the work? In...

Windmills at 270 for Kennedy Meeks
A slimmed down Kennedy Meeks threw down a windmill dunk on his first try at the end of Monday’s practice. “That’s a dunk I could...

Kennedy Meeks down about 45 pounds from last summer
North Carolina's Kennedy Meeks is still slimming down. The rising sophomore says he weighs around 270 pounds, down about 45 pounds since arriving on campus...

Basketball Summer Interviews Begin
With the legendary UNC pick-up games in full swing, we are also seeing the first rumblings of information regarding how the 2014-15 Tar Heel team...

Position battles: Centers
North Carolina: Kennedy Meeks versus Brice Johnson. Meeks is much more of a physical specimen. He can be immovable at times in the low post...

North Carolina season wrap
The progress Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks showed at times this season provides some promise. Marcus Paige will be back, which means the Tar Heels...

Dick Vitale's Super Six for 2014-15
5. North Carolina: Yes, the Tar Heels are losing James Michael McAdoo, but Roy Williams has a lot of players returning. Marcus Paige will be...

A Very Early College Basketball Top 25 for 2014-15
8. North Carolina: The foundation of the Tar Heels will be juniors Marcus Paige, Brice Johnson and J.P Tokoto, but the Tar Heels have standout...

UNC can still survive, thrive after losing McAdoo
James Michael McAdoo is leaving North Carolina early for the NBA And the Tar Heels will still be a top-five team in my preseason rankings...

Looking Ahead To The 2014-15 Tar Heels
What Roy Williams should love is that this team will be very athletic. With Marcus Paige, Nate Britt and Joel Berry rotating in the backcourt,...

UNC Basketball Expectations High For Next Season
The 2013-2014 season saw the emergence of Marcus Paige, J.P. Tokoto, James Michael McAdoo, Brice Johnson, and Kennedy Meeks. One should expect some improvement from...

Out of Time
The play was set. Kennedy Meeks, North Carolina’s best passer, would inbound the ball from half court. Marcus Paige and Leslie McDonald, the team’s best...

Nothing mild about Kennedy Meeks in UNC's NCAA finale
An apology was in order after North Carolina lost to Pittsburgh in the ACC Tournament, UNC freshman Kennedy Meeks said at the time. He played...

Recap & Analysis: Iowa State 85, UNC 83
Marcus Paige led the Tar Heels with 19 points and while he did make two crucial mistakes, UNC's whole season is credited to a great...

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