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Marcus Paige Maturing as UNC Leader, Accompanied By ‘Gym Rats’
UNC junior Marcus Paige has been busy picking up some tips from past Carolina legends over the summer and is expecting a Final Four-caliber team...

Marcus Paige returns for 2014-15 more relaxed, confident
In spite of everything he's done so far in his career -- including earning Second Team All-America and First Team All-ACC honors a season ago...

UNC men’s basketball players adapt to team’s needs
Everyone deals with sweat during the sweltering months of summer. And for members of the North Carolina men’s basketball team, a lot of that sweat...

Turner's Take: A New Chapter for Paige
Marcus Paige is the clear leader for the 2014-15 Tar Heels, a group that, while still young, has its share of experience and more than...

Video: One-on-one with Marcus Paige
Marcus Paige talks leadership, his role as a point guard, and expectations for the upcoming season in this conversation with Adam Lucas...

Marcus Paige wants to extend range
Marcus Paige spent more than 20 minutes answering our questions and he spoke about a variety of things. He said he’s working on becoming a...

Thinner Meeks seeks leadership role
Heading into his sophomore season at North Carolina, Kennedy Meeks is looking to do more than merely establish himself as a starter and key contributor...

Marcus Paige finally in comfort zone
Entering his junior season, Marcus Paige is burden-free. And that may actually mean he does less next season as the Tar Heels accomplish more. Paige...

Paige Adding to His Offensive Tricks
Marcus Paige delivered a helping of troubling news to UNC’s future opponents on Thursday when he told reporters that his offseason emphasis has been on...

Marcus Paige has work to do at UNC
Despite a breakthrough season Marcus Paige says he never gave any real consideration to leaving UNC for the NBA. “I just really want to have...

Marcus Paige Knocks ESPN’s Coach Rankings
ESPN ranked Marcus Paige as the nation’s top point guard on Thursday, although it was ESPN’s coach rankings that had the rising junior in disbelief...

Summer Interviews: Marcus Paige and Nate Britt
The UNC basketball summer interview tour continued today with Nate Britt and Marcus Paige briefing the media on what they've been doing since the end...

Best Games Of 2013-14: No. 25-No. 21
No. 22: Carolina 93, Louisville 84 - Men's Basketball, Nov. 24, 2013: The Tar Heels scored their first of several signature non-conference wins with a...

Brice Johnson primed for breakout
Teams for pick up basketball at North Carolina are picked by point guards - this summer, junior Marcus Paige and sophomore Nate Britt - and...

Lucas: Carolina Basketball Summer Notebook
So much for the succession of lefthanded Tar Heel point guards that included Kendall Marshall, Marcus Paige and Nate Britt...because Britt doesn't really count anymore...

Sporting News College Basketball Top 25
No. 5, North Carolina: Nobody has more point guards. It's not like in football, where having two quarterbacks means you have none. In basketball, you...

UNC’s Marcus Paige Poised for Stellar Junior Season
Marcus Paige was sensational for the North Carolina Tar Heels during the 2013-2014 season. His smooth jump-shot and his ability to attack the hoop was...

Top 10 point guards: UNC's Marcus Paige gets No. 1 nod
The No. 1 point guard on this list might not even play the position this season. Marcus Paige managed to enjoy an excellent sophomore season...

A Look Ahead: Point Guard
In Marcus Paige, Nate Britt, Stilman White, and Joel Berry, the Tar Heels are going to have four players who are all capable of entering...

Position battles: Point guards
Kendall Marshall’s injury in the 2012 NCAA tournament sabotaged a team built for a national title run and coach Roy Williams vowed he’d never be...

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