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Kenny Smith on special relationship with Dean Smith (video)
Kenny Smith talks about the special relationship legendary coach Dean Smith had with his student-athletes...

Extra Points: Back on the Hill
Mack Brown has returned to Chapel Hill three times in 2015, first for a wedding, then for a memorial service for Dean Smith and just...

The 'Inside the NBA' crew gave Kenny Smith a scooter for turning 50
March 8 is Kenny Smith's 50th birthday! So the Inside the NBA crew got him a gift! But not a particularly nice one. Smith got...

Video: Shaquille O'Neal, Charles Barkley, and Kenny Smith remember Dean Smith
On TNT's Inside the NBA, Shaquille O'Neal, Charles Barkley, and Kenny Smith all remember former North Carolina head coach Dean Smith. Smith was a point...

2015 NBA All-Star Game a homecoming for Kenny Smith
Kenny Smith, who grew up in Queens, is the designated New Yorker on TNT's NBA studio crew. So next week's All-Star Game has special resonance...

The lessons of Dean Smith
After my story on Dean Smith ran this past March, I got an email from Kenny Dennard. Dennard started as a freshman on Duke's 1978...

Dean Smith wouldn't change his ways for today's freshmen
Dean Smith’s teams were not designed to depend on how fast the freshman class could develop, although the opportunity was always there for freshmen to...

Video: Pillars of the Program - Kenny Smith talks UNC
Kenny Smith's three greatest UNC basketball players all won a national title in 1982. See who Kenny named as the Pillars of the UNC Program...

TBS Orders Reality Show Following NBA Vet Kenny Smith
TBS has greenlit “The Smiths,” an unscripted series following NBA star Kenny Smith, his wife Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith and their five children. The series is set...

Kenny Smith to star in TBS reality series
Kenny Smith, a standout for the UNC Tar Heels in the 1980s, will be the star of a new TBS reality series called "The Smiths."...

Best college basketball teams not to win a title: The Sweet 16
But a team that coach Dean Smith would later confess he believed to be the best in the country was never quite the same after...

Video: One-on-one with Kenny Smith
Former UNC point guard and current NBA television analyst Kenny Smith talks returning to Chapel Hill, Carolina point guards, and gets a surprise gift in...

Kenny Smith on McCants: ‘That guy couldn’t tie my shoelaces’
Former Tar Heel basketball great Kenny Smith didn’t mince words in his response to allegations by Rashad McCants about academic shenanigans at UNC. “When I...

Kenny Smith Blasts Rashad McCants for Cheating Claim
Add TNT’s Kenny Smith to the list of former UNC players putting Rashad McCants on full blast for his recent claim that he took sham...

Art’s Angle: Sky-High Anxiety
Michael Norwood was a walk-on senior playing his last home game in 1987, and boy was there some pressure on him! Starting with scholarship regulars...

The Best That Never Was?
The 1983-1984 Tar Heels were arguably the best team Dean Smith put on the floor in his 36 years in Chapel Hill. That UNC team...

Kenny Smith talking to Sacramento Kings about GM position
With the Sacramento Kings continuing their general manager search, a most-unexpected candidate has been revealed: Kenny Smith. The former Kings player and TNT commentator told...

15 Best Teams That Never Won the NCAA Tournament
5. 1984 North Carolina Tar Heels (28–3, 14–0 ACC) Lost to Indiana in Sweet 16; On paper, this was Dean Smith’s most talented team. National...

Video: Looking Back at Carolina's Run to the 1982 Title
James Worthy, Kenny Smith, and Dan Wetzel of Yahoo! Sports reflect on UNC's 1982 national championship...

Memorable Moments: Kenny Smith's greatest college basketball moment (video)
Kenny Smith reflects on running out of the tunnel of Carmichael Auditorium for the first time as point guard at North Carolina...

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