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Ivan Rabb Visits Carolina, Duke, Georgetown; More Trips Planned
Prior to visiting Duke, Ivan Rabb spent nearly five hours at North Carolina Monday and met with former Oakland Tech star Quentin Thomas, a 6-3...

Tar Heels trusting Nate Britt's lead, ready or not
For the fourth time in Roy Williams’ UNC tenure, he’ll entrust a freshman starter at point guard when the Heels open the season against Oakland...

Blue Blood TV - Quentin Thomas Interview (video)
Quentin Thomas takes us behind the blue to tell us more about himself and his love for the city of Chapel Hill...

Video: 2006-07 UNC Basketball Highlights
Highlight video of UNC Basketball's 2006-2007 ACC Championship and Elite 8 season featuring Tyler Hansbrough, Danny Green, Bobby Frasor, Marcus Ginyard, Wayne Ellington, Ty Lawson,...

Carolina’s Greatest Players Of The ACC Era: 60-51
In ’82, senior leader Black, had one of the sneakily-best passing seasons in Carolina history. Since 1980, it ranks as the 7th-best UNC season in...

Basketball and Rhymes: Former Tar Heels, current rappers
Chapel Hill has produced some of the greatest names in basketball history; Coach Dean Smith, Michael Jordan and James Worthy just to name a few...

Opening-night impressions
While Larry Drew II didn't put up a triple-double in his debut as North Carolina's point guard, he acquitted himself quite well with seven points...

Interview with Quentin Thomas
I had the opportunity to talk with former UNC point guard Quentin Thomas to catch up with what is going on in his life. Last...

Quentin Thomas aspires to be rap artist
Former UNC point guard Quentin Thomas used to dream about seeing his virtual image programmed into the popular EA Sports video game, NBA Live. But...

Rough waters for ACC a sign of spring
The departure of Ty Lawson and Wayne Ellington interrupts a nice run for Roy Williams, who had either Raymond Felton or Lawson at the helm...

Quentin Thomas Pays Holiday Visit
There was a surprise visitor on Tuesday when Carolina's basketball team made its annual holiday shopping trip for the needy: Quentin Thomas (Insert sound here:...

Quentin Thomas recording with 9th Wonder
Former UNC-Chapel Hill Tar Heels backup point guard Quentin Thomas has exchanged the basketball for a microphone. Thomas—who played at UNC for four years, won...

Williams, Heels Calm Before the Storm
Guard Quentin Thomas graduated and post-player Alex Stepheson transferred back home to Californiaand the program at USC. Those are the only contributors from the 2007-08...

Quentin Thomas unsure of UNC trio's plans
For most of the players at Monday’s ACC Barnstorming game at Terry Sanford, the question of the night was “Can I have your autograph?” Not...

Williams: UNC trio undecided on NBA
Quentin Thomas and Surry Wood said their goodbyes to fans Thursday night at the basketball team's end-of-season awards ceremony. But it is still unclear whether...

Hansbrough, Thomas And Ginyard Reap Multiple Honors At Carolina Awards Ceremony
National Player of the Year Tyler Hansbrough earned Most Valuable Player honors, senior point guard Quentin Thomas was named most inspirational and most improved player...

Year in Review: Top Moments
Quentin Thomas has seen it all during his time at UNC. The Oakland, Calif. product has endured the lows of injuries and lack of playing...

Tar Heels' future depends on lessons learned in the past
The 2007-08 North Carolina Tar Heels were an excellent basketball team for 38 games. The problem is that a season filled with many successes will...

Unsung Heels
Quentin Thomas sat in a locker stall at Charlotte Bobcats Arena early Sunday morning wearing the hottest thing in men's basketball fashion -- a net...

Q is not for quitting
Quentin Thomas is a senior now, 22 years old and all grown up. He never became a star for the Tar Heels, never even a...

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