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Roy Williams 'Extremely Happy' with UNC's 2018 Recruiting Class
The recruiting trail is returning to form for Roy Williams. "It is more fun this way -- to be able to identify people you want,"...

Video: Roy Williams Post-Stanford Press Conference
North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams speaks with the media following the Tar Heels' 96-72 win over Stanford on Monday night in Palo Alto, California...

Lucas: Guard Dogs
After Monday's 96-72 victory at Stanford, Roy Williams sat in his chair at the postgame press conference and looked…what was that look, exactly? It was...

Roy Williams Post-Stanford Quotes
Roy Williams: "It was a much better night for us because of the two guys sitting up here with me. I thought Kenny was sensational...

Joel Berry scores 29 points as No. 9 UNC beats Stanford 96-72
Joel Berry II scored 29 points, Kenny Williams posted career highs with 20 points and six 3-pointers, and No. 9 North Carolina beat Stanford 96-72...

A Real Late Night
Roy Williams doesn’t like to lose, but he likes to find out about a team’s mettle in November and December against a potential tournament team...

Video: Roy Williams On Stanford Coach Jerod Haase
North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams and Stanford coach Jerod Haase discuss the role that Williams has played in the life of longtime assistant...

Know Your Opponent: Stanford
Carolina's first visit to Maples Pavilion in 34 years will reunite Roy Williams and the Tar Heels with longtime assistant Jerod Haase, who is in...

Kinda ‘father-son’: Stanford’s Jerod Haase, UNC’s Roy Williams meet again
Jerod Haase and Roy Williams will reunite Monday at Maples Pavilion when Stanford faces No. 9 North Carolina, the defending national champion. It’s the latest...

Maye-be I'm Amazed
Luke Maye has been the leading scorer in UNC's two opening games this season. Maye, whose presence in games once drove Carolina fans crazy at...

Joel Berry jumps back in with Tar Heels
Joel Berry’s first game back for North Carolina was complicated in the sense that the senior point guard shot miserably yet drew considerable praise from...

Back at Southern, ex-UNC, NBA player David Noel is ready for new challenge as a coach
First-year Southern basketball coach David Noel is starting down a path his mentor and former coach Roy Williams knows very well. Noel, who played for...

Jerod Haase to face mentor Roy Williams when Stanford hosts North Carolina
Jerod Haase’ relationship with Roy Williams started 25 years ago. Haase, leaving Cal after his freshman year in the wake of head coach Lou Campanelli’s...

Tar Heels Buck-nell: 8 Things From UNC’s Home Win Over the Bison
The history from North Carolina’s 93–81 victory over Bucknell was Coach Roy Williams’ 400th win as the Tar Heels’ coach, and his 200th at the...

Players praise Roy Williams after milestone victory
For the first coach to ever win 400 games with two different Division I schools — he won 418 at Kansas — the last thing...

Lucas: One To 400
Sterling Manley is exactly how Roy Williams won these 400 games, because somehow Williams finds the players who need to be pushed, who will use...

Experimental Tar Heels find right combination to hold off Bucknell
With 10 available players and five positions on the floor to fill, Roy Williams had 252 possible lineup combinations from which to choose Wednesday. He...

Tar Heels brush off Bucknell
Luke Maye scored 20 points as No. 9 North Carolina withstood a threat from Bucknell before pulling away for a 93-81 victory Wednesday at the...

Turner's Take: Remarkable
Roy Williams has led the Tar Heels to 200 wins in the Smith Center, one in Carmichael, a home game in Greensboro and 198 on...

UNC-Bucknell Postgame Notes
Theo Pinson scored a career-high 19 points and made a career-best nine free throws in 10 attempts. Freshman Sterling Manley had 16 points and 13...

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