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Lucas: Kennedy Meeks Learns From Offseason
Kennedy Meeks realizes his top priority needs to be basketball. That was the core of the conversation he had with Roy Williams after his junior...

The college basketball recruiters who land the players who make teams great
6. North Carolina Tar Heels: C.B. McGrath: The North Carolina brand speaks for itself, but the Tar Heels still need to beat out other blue...

College basketball: What happened (and what will happen) along Tobacco Road
Reason for optimism at North Carolina: Every key contributor who wasn’t a senior is back, including Justin Jackson and Kennedy Meeks, who were the only...

Tar Heels Release 2016-17 Men's Basketball Roster
Summer school is over in Chapel Hill, and as the men’s basketball team has headed home for a few weeks to rest up for the...

Kennedy Meeks is ready to break out
Kennedy Meeks has been a steady and consistent post player during one of the most important stretches in UNC basketball history. He has been the...

Kennedy Meeks Appears to be in Great Shape
Tar Heel forward Kennedy Meeks is putting in the work this offseason as he prepares for his senior year at North Carolina. In a...

Freshman Expectations: Tony Bradley
North Carolina freshman center Tony Bradley comes to UNC with the most weight and pressure on his young shoulders compared to his fellow rookies. A...

New Tar Heel Tony Bradley "can't wait to get on campus"
One of UNC's three 2016 enrollees will be heading to Chapel Hill early next week. Tony Bradley, a 6-10, 230-pound center/power forward combo, could be...

Athlon's Early College Basketball Top 25 for 2016-17
6. North Carolina - Losing double-double machine Brice Johnson and senior Marcus Paige drops the ceiling a bit. The Heels will look to Justin Jackson...

ACC’s winners and losers in NBA Draft early entry
North Carolina — Winner Given the new player-friendly rules for declaring early, UNC had to consider it a positive when small forward Justin Jackson and...

Not-too-early look ahead at ACC basketball in 2016-17
The Tar Heels are a proven commodity with six regular contributors back from last season’s national runnerup. Although they’ll miss the production and leadership of...

Season in Review: Kennedy Meeks
It was a season of ups and downs for Kennedy Meeks. The Charlotte native came back from a midseason leg injury to score 23 points...

College basketball's winners from NBA draft deadline
4. North Carolina - Returning: Justin Jackson, Kennedy Meeks. Think the Tar Heels will take a step back after their title-game run a year ago?...

Season in Review: Joel James
Joel James wasn't a star, but he provided UNC with energy and enthusiasm on (known for some awesome celebrations) and off the bench. He was...

Chansky’s Notebook: Blue Bloods Running Red Hot
The Carolina-Duke rivalry is heating up in May. The Tar Heels are buoyed by Kennedy Meeks and Justin Jackson returning to school, giving UNC three...

Lucas: Jackson's Return Stocks Tar Heels
Some thoughts on Justin Jackson’s announcement that he will return to Carolina for his junior season: The 2016-17 Tar Heels now have multiple reliable ways...

UNC Basketball: Top Kennedy Meeks plays from 2015-16
Last season was not Kennedy Meeks’ best. He suffered a knee injury this past year and missed seven games right around the new year. Though...

Should Justin Jackson leave for the NBA?
The 2016 NBA Combine began Wednesday in Chicago, and Justin Jackson, a rising junior forward on the North Carolina men’s basketball team, Is one of...

Chansky’s Notebook: Meeks Learns The Easy Way
Kennedy Meeks coming back makes both him and is team dangerous. When Kennedy Meeks announced his was pulling out of the NBA draft, it was...

Meeks is back, what does it mean for UNC?
On Wednesday North Carolina released the news that 6-9 center Kennedy Meeks has pulled his name out of the NBA Draft and will return to...

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