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Utah Jazz Draft UNC's Marcus Paige at No. 55
Make that two Tar Heels on draft night. The Utah Jazz (via a trade with the Brooklyn Nets) have selected Marcus Paige with the 55th...

Brice Johnson Drafted No. 25 to Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers selected UNC senior forward Brice Johnson with the 25th pick of the 2016 NBA Draft. The Orangeburg, S.C., native is the...

Chansky’s Notebook: A Second Ty Lawson?
Seventh Woods sounds like the second coming. With all the hoopla over Duke’s next big recruiting class for the coming season, a UNC signee who...

Video: 2016 UNC Players vs Alumni Basketball Game
Tar Heel basketball alumni currently playing in the NBA and overseas reunited in Chapel Hill this week to help out at the Roy Williams basketball...

NBA draft picks under Roy Williams
Former UNC players Brice Johnson and Marcus Paige both hope to hear their named called on Thursday night in the 2016 NBA Draft. Johnson is...

Brice Johnson: Tar Heel
Brice Johnson: "It’s going to be weird not having to look over my shoulder and having [Roy Williams] in my ear constantly. Then again, he’ll...

2018 guard, UNC commitment Rechon Black nearing five-star ranking
North Carolina commit Rechon “Leaky” Black is ranked 26th in the ESPN Super 60, just one spot outside of the top 25 and a five-star...

Tar Heels need Brice Johnson to be a first rounder
It’s not often that North Carolina goes two years in a row without pumping out a first-round pick in the NBA Draft. Since leaving Kansas...

UNC Target Zion Williamson's Singular Focus
UNC called Zion Williamson's father on Wednesday to see if Williamson would take an unofficial visit to Chapel Hill to meet Roy Williams following the...

Program stability keeps UNC rolling under Roy Williams
Coming off his third appearance in the national championship game in 12 years, North Carolina coach Roy Williams will enter next year with another team...

P.J. Washington Makes U18 Cut, Has Four Official Visits in Mind
P.J. Washington says he wants to take official visits to four schools so far: Arizona, Kentucky, North Carolina and Texas. "My dad loves Roy Williams,...

P.J. Washington's Recruitment Taking Shape
P.J. Washington is certainly a priority recruit for North Carolina. The Texas native recently took an unofficial visit to Chapel Hill. While on the visit,...

John Calipari takes a shot at Rick Pitino, Roy Williams in interview
Kentucky coach John Calipari went on Mike Lupica’s podcast yesterday, and while he made sure to get in plugs for the stuff that he’s decided...

Church with Roy? Former KU player Kenny Gregory recalls coach’s freshman request
Former Kansas basketball player Kenny Gregory knows a lot has changed in major college athletics in the last 15 years. One example: He’s sure that...

Shooting guard Andrew Platek on UNC visit
Class of 2017 shooting guard Andrew Platek (Northfield, MA/Mount Hermon) is currently (Monday) on an unofficial to North Carolina. He will spend the night in...

Tony Bradley talks improving strength and expectations
Tony Bradley is one of three basketball freshman who will enroll at UNC next week. A 6-10, 230-pound center/power forward, Bradley committed to Roy Williams...

Incoming UNC Freshman Shea Rush Comes Full Circle
For most freshmen, the first days on a college campus are a mixture of excitement, fear and wonder. That won’t be the case for Shea...

UNC's Top 30 Basketball Players Ever: No. 22 Raymond Felton
Felton was an important player early in Roy Williams’ tenure. He served not only as an example to the other players as Williams worked to...

Five-star PF P.J. Washington discusses UNC visit
Five-star class of 2017 power forward P.J. Washington is one of the most sought-after players in the country right now, and he is coming off...

A look at next preseason’s top 10 basketball teams
6 North Carolina: Terrific college basketball players Marcus Paige and Brice Johnson are gone, and the incoming recruiting class isn’t as packed with as many...

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