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North Carolina at Georgia Tech, three to know preview
North Carolina power forward Brice Johnson, who had 16 points in the first meeting with Georgia Tech, leads UNC with averages of 15.0 points and...

Tar Heels look to match physical play
North Carolina has often been praised for the way that post players Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks finish around the basket. But there are different...

Post Lockdown vs NC State
N.C. State’s physical approach on the interior limited No. 15 North Carolina’s post production in Tuesday’s 58-46 loss at the Smith Center. In UNC’s previous...

Meeks heeds message, returns to starter status with Tar Heels
Kennedy Meeks hasn’t hidden the incentive behind his increased productivity. Coach Roy Williams’ decision to remove him from North Carolina’s first unit and sit him...

North Carolina-NC State Preview
Marcus Paige isn't having the type of season most expected when he was selected as a preseason All-American, but big men Brice Johnson and Kennedy...

UNC's Post Efficiency on the Rise
UNC’s post trio – Kennedy Meeks, Brice Johnson and Isaiah Hicks - has elevated its production and scoring efficiency during the month of February. In...

Johnson, Meeks Coming Up Big
The North Carolina basketball team has shown itself to be a prolific inside scoring threat this season, ranking among the top teams in the nation...

Remembering Dean Smith
Roy Williams has reprised the role of a history professor since Dean Smith, his mentor, died Feb. 7. Williams’ players aren’t old enough to fully...

Video: Marcus Paige, Kennedy Meeks Post-Georgia Tech Interviews
Marcus Paige and Kennedy Meeks talk to Jones Angell following the Tar Heels' 89-60 win over Georgia Tech on February 21st, 2015...

Kennedy Meeks On Watch List For Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today the fifteen watch list members for the 2015 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award...

Lineup change wakes up the Tar Heels
Kennedy Meeks had been sick, but that was not the case in Chestnut Hill. That’s not why Meeks didn’t start, Roy Williams said. Neither Meeks...

Three to know – No. 12 North Carolina at Pittsburgh
North Carolina coach Roy Williams shocked many in last weekend’s 79-68 at Boston College by tweaking his starting lineup for the first time in 18...

UNC Basketball Insider 2-11
The most interesting thing to watch this Saturday is whether Roy Williams sticks with starting five he put out against Boston College. Will forward Isaiah...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Boston College
Two different version of Isaiah Hicks played in Saturday's game. There was the Hicks who started the game, getting a spot in the starting lineup...

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...

Lucas: UNC Basketball Notebook
One of the biggest stories of Carolina’s recent surge has been the play of the Tar Heel big men. Brice Johnson has four double-doubles in...

Lucas: A Hard Seven
Kennedy Meeks played 32 minutes in Carolina’s 93-83 win over Syracuse. Most of those minutes were spent exchanging pushes, elbows and grunts with the Orange’s...

Nate Britt catches Syracuse off-guard in loss to North Carolina
Syracuse expected production from the big guys. Kennedy Meeks, Brice Johnson. Those two stalwarts along the North Carolina back line manufacture points. The Orange, too,...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Syracuse
The battle off the ball between Kennedy Meeks and Rakeem Christmas was as good or better than the actual game. Christmas is a very physical...

Williams wants better rebounding when UNC faces FSU
The reason North Carolina was playing zone defense during the Tar Heels' win at Wake Forest the other night is because starters Marcus Paige, J.P...

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