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Video: UNC Players Post-Indiana Interviews
Video interviews from North Carolina players following the Tar Heels' 76-67 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington on Wednesday: Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, Nate...

Carolina Beats Hawai'i, 83-68
Isaiah Hicks scored 16 points and No. 5 North Carolina pulled away from Hawaii for an 83-68 victory Friday night. The Tar Heels never trailed...

Patterning UNC after Duke? Roy: "That's not in my DNA"
Roy Williams on Nate Britt-Quinn Cook comparison: "Nobody has more respect for Duke and their program, but I'll be damned if I am going to...

UNC-Tulane: Tar Heel Tidbits
Roy Williams said after the game that he’d rather not have played Joel Berry 30 minutes, but said that first-half foul trouble (2) to Seventh...

Nate Britt returns to familiar role in UNC backcourt
So what if Nate Britt, a senior guard and expected fill-in starter for the injured Theo Pinson, won the 3-point contest? So what if, in...

Basketball Recruiting Mailbag: UNC Scholarship Numbers
I recently received a great email question regarding UNC's basketball scholarship numbers and how they factor into recruiting, so I thought I'd share the response...

UNC Player Preview: Nate Britt
Nate Britt's season projection changed when expected starter Theo Pinson broke his foot. With Pinson out, Britt likely steps into a starting role beside point...

UNC basketball: 3 things to know
Roy Williams said he’s unsure of how he’s going to alter his rotation to account for Theo Pinson’s absence. Sophomore Kenny Williams shares some of...

Roy Williams Post-UNC Pembroke Quotes
Roy Williams: "I was trying to almost play 10 guys equal minutes...Wanted to use our depth. One of the things I said earlier after Theo...

No. 6 North Carolina relies on a new cast of veterans
Can Roy Williams win with experience again? That depends on three seniors – Kennedy Meeks, Isaiah Hicks and Nate Britt – and three juniors –...

How things changed for Nate Britt, Kris Jenkins after 'The Shot'
Nate Britt's family had taken in Kris Jenkins, and the two considered themselves brothers. There was trash-talking between the duo leading up to the national...

College Basketball’s Top Backcourts
13. North Carolina (Joel Berry II, Justin Jackson, Nate Britt, Kenny Williams, Theo Pinson, Seventh Woods, Brandon Robinson) Maybe I’m just down on this group...

CBS Sports' 1-351 college basketball rankings
6. North Carolina: The reigning national runner-up will be in the mix for another Final Four. Kennedy Meeks, Joel Berry, Theo Pinson, Justin Jackson and...

UNC Late Night Impressions
This was a revised version of Late Night with Roy. Sure, there were some typical dance routines – including members of the team dressed as...

What you missed at Late Night With Roy
UNC's freshmen showed their potential to make an impact as Brandon Robinson fed an alley-oop pass to Tony Bradley for the first bucket of the...

Nate Britt, Tar Heels show that brotherly bonds trump bad memories
Before bringing his brother to Chapel Hill for a few days this summer, Nate Britt asked his teammates if it would be cool. Some Tar...

Lucas: Nate Britt Learns From Kendall Marshall
As a nine-year-old growing up in the Washington, D.C. area, Nate Britt had a point guard role model. Britt and his role model shared the...

Point guard Collin Sexton emerging as UNC target
Senior point guard Nate Britt and junior point guard Joel Berry could both leave UNC following the 2016-2017 season, and 2018 point guard commit Rechon...

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: Nate Britt
Nate Britt is a perfect example of what makes UNC's players and the system great. The former four-star recruit could be getting more minutes and...

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