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Joel Berry, Isaiah Hicks to return for 2016-2017 season
UNC announced on Friday afternoon that sophomore small forward Justin Jackson and junior center Kennedy Meeks will submit their names for the 2016 NBA draft...

Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks To Enter NBA Draft, Will Not Hire Agents
UNC men’s basketball players Justin Jackson and Kennedy Meeks will submit their names to the NBA for the 2016 Draft, but will not hire agents...

Roy Williams discusses the struggles Kennedy Meeks faced this season
UNC coach Roy Williams agreed that when it came to consistency Marcus Paige and Kennedy Meeks were called out the most, "Kennedy and Marcus were...

A Very Early College Basketball Top 25 for 2016-17
7. North Carolina: Key Returners: G Joel Berry, F Isaiah Hicks, F Justin Jackson, F Kennedy Meeks, G Theo Pinson; New Arrivals: C Tony Bradley,...

Kennedy Meeks is back next year, right?
Center Kennedy Meeks is another player who could remain at UNC for his senior season or test the NBA draft waters. Mark Armstrong, who covers...

Johnson, Paige look to find spot at next level
With their college basketball careers over, seniors Marcus Paige and Brice Johnson look to catch the eye of pro scouts before the NBA Draft. UNC...

If regulars all return, Tar Heels will remain a title contender
If the key players all return, the likely first seven in UNC's rotation – Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, Isaiah Hicks, Kennedy Meeks, Nate Britt, Theo...

Kennedy Meeks' postgame emotion shows immeasurable impact of Joel James
"Honestly, what hurts the most is to see Joel James cry," Kennedy Meeks said. "No matter how many minutes he played or how many shots...

Williams sticks to his Heels
Roy Williams gave Kennedy Meeks chance after chance to prove that he could produce – even when Meeks wasn't. And Meeks isn’t the only one...

Lucas: Picture This
The shot captured Kennedy Meeks, Joel Berry, Brice Johnson, Roy Williams and senior associate athletic director Steve Kirschner in a holding room while the players...

Video: Roy Williams, UNC Players Post-Syracuse Press Conference
Roy Williams, Brice Johnson, Joel Berry, and Kennedy Meeks take questions from the media following the Tar Heels' 83-66 win over Syracuse in the Final...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Final Four
Kennedy Meeks was terrific for Carolina in the paint. Meeks never got more than four or five feet from the rim, but he didn't have...

Final Four Recap: UNC 83 Syracuse 66
Brice Johnson and Justin Jackson led UNC with 16 points. Johnson finished one rebound of a double-double with nine. Kennedy Meeks had 15 points and...

Kennedy Meeks leaving tights at home for Final Four trip
When Kennedy Meeks packs his bags for No. 1 North Carolina’s Final Four trip to Houston, there’s one thing he’s definitely leaving behind — his...

A Champion's Response
Kennedy Meeks said it all. He nailed it. North Carolina was faced with a rare stressful situation in this 2016 NCAA Tournament when its best...

Final Four Keys: What to watch for in North Carolina-Syracuse game
UNC's imposing frontline is the best in college basketball, featuring 6'10" All-America Brice Johnson, 6'10" Kennedy Meeks and 6'8" Justin Jackson in the starting lineup...

Nothing but net: Carolina teamwork extends to postgame
Among the Tar Heels in uniform in Philadelphia on Sunday, only Kennedy Meeks had experienced what it felt like to cut down the second-to-last net...

Kennedy Meeks makes key moves as supporting cast helps Tar Heels advance past Notre Dame
UNC’s depth showed up in certain key stretches during its 88-74 defeat of Notre Dame in the East Regional final Sunday. Perhaps none of those...

Tar Heels Roll to Houston
Brice Johnson scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead an efficient offense that shot 62 percent from the floor to lift UNC to...

North Carolina downs Notre Dame in East Regional final
Two players who failed to score in the first half, helped propel UNC to its first Final Four appearance since the Tar Heels won the...

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