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Luke Maye enjoys all-star game, ready to return to Tar Heels
Luke Maye took a break from guarding Brice Johnson and Justin Jackson for this week’s North Carolina East / West All-Star Basketball Game at the...

Tar Heels Release 2015-16 Basketball Roster
Before the men’s basketball team heads home for a few weeks to rest up for the fall semester, the Tar Heels have released their official...

Kennedy Meeks' continued weight loss
On Monday night, UNC junior center Kennedy Meeks posted a digital scale reading of 260.30 on his personal instagram account with the caption "P.R.O.G.R.E.S.S keep...

Top 30 Prospects for 2016 NBA Draft
19. Justin Jackson, UNC: Jackson will be one of the top offensive threats on SI’s Way-Too-Early No. 1 team. The former McDonald’s All-American became a...

A post-draft declaration look at next season's top 20 teams
1. North Carolina: Despite the surprise departure of ultra-athletic forward J.P. Tokoto, North Carolina has to feel very fortunate about how the draft declaration period...

Player Review: Kennedy Meeks
The leaner, meaner Kennedy Meeks was a favorite topic of conversation on pretty much every UNC basketball broadcast well into January and the result was...

Season in review: Kennedy Meeks
Kennedy Meeks' second year in Chapel Hill was a slight let down from the high expectations put on him after his freshman year. He was...

Ridiculously Early Basketball Preseason Top 25
2. North Carolina: UNC is projected to return every relevant player from a team that finished 12th in KenPom's final ratings. Notable players definitely gone:...

Killer mindset may have kept UNC from Final Four
All of the coaches here in the Final Four have killers. North Carolina coach Roy Williams? Not so much. “I think we have it in...

Tar Heels Grow in Late Season Success, Final Loss
North Carolina played some of its best basketball at the end of the season. Justin Jackson finally emerged as the player many had hoped, and...

With Meeks hurting, North Carolina needs Johnson to step up
With Kennedy Meeks questionable for tonight's NCAA Tournament game against Wisconsin , North Carolina faces more questions concerning another forward. Will Brice Johnson display the...

Meeks, UNC bracing for Wisconsin
Kennedy Meeks might not play against Wisconsin today (7:47 p.m., TBS). That knee he sprained last weekend during UNC's NCAA Tournament win against Arkansas is...

West Regional: Key player for North Carolina Tar Heels
Kennedy Meeks, who is dealing with a knee injury, remains questionable for Thursday's NCAA tournament matchup between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Wisconsin...

Kennedy Meeks practices, expects to play vs. Wisconsin
Four days after spraining his left knee, UNC forward Kennedy Meeks was able to participate fully in Wednesday’s practice in Los Angeles ahead of a...

Kennedy Meeks Update
UNC sophomore forward Kennedy Meeks participated in the non-contact portion of the Tar Heels’ 90-minute practice today at USC’s practice facility. Head coach Roy Williams,...

Kennedy Meeks practices in LA, questionable for Thursday
UNC is still in wait-and-see mode with Kennedy Meeks’ knee injury ahead of their Sweet 16 game against Wisconsin, but the sophomore forward did take...

Tar Heels Prepare For Badgers Thursday
North Carolina (26-11, 11-7 ACC) is the No. 4 seed in the 2015 NCAA Tournament West Regional and will make a record 26th appearance in...

Ranking the 2015 Sweet 16 starters from No. 80 to No. 1
21. Marcus Paige, UNC: As was the case last season, Paige has been at his best in the second half games for the Tar Heels...

Roy Williams Radio Show Quotes
Roy Williams on Kennedy Meeks’ injury status: “It’s not good. He did not practice today at all. We don’t know what it is going to...

Roy Williams Updates Meeks' Status
On Monday afternoon, Roy Williams said at his regularly scheduled press conference he would have more information about the extent of Kennedy Meeks' injury later...

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