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Sean May signs with Rouen
As reported by David Pick, veteran big man Sean May has signed a deal with French club Rouen. He signed a six-week deal and will...

Q&A with Sean May
Sean May has been a fixture at Carolina games this season, providing pre- and post-game analysis for the Tar Heel Sports Network as he considers...

UNC Plays Final Exhibition Tune-Up Friday
UNC will play its final basketball exhibition tune-up of the preseason Friday when it hosts Belmont Abbey at 7:30 p.m. in the Smith Center. The...

North Carolina Tar Heels 2014-15 team preview
Coach Roy Williams is already sick of repeating the key to the Tar Heels’ success this season: At least one of their big men must...

Meeks and Johnson: Guardians Of The Glass
Whether it was Sean May, Tyler Hansbrough, Tyler Zeller or John Henson, opponents constantly had to figure out ways to stop UNC's low post scorers...

Lucas: Alums Set The Tone
With three freshmen on the roster, Roy Williams needed a very reliable group to demonstrate the offense. Someone who had repeated the drill numerous times...

Sean May to attend mini-camp with Spurs, Warriors
After a few years in Turkey and Montenegro and various other places, Sean May is making a return stateside to attend mini-camps with the San...

Sean May's busy week at the Final Four, Masters
Aside from his 6-foot-9 frame, former NBA player Sean May fit right in at Augusta National on Wednesday. May was wearing his golfing best for...

Is McAdoo Making a Mistake?
Roy Williams was unequivocal in his support of James Michael McAdoo's decision to enter the NBA draft. No one in college basketball is any better...

A March without Madness...a season without banners
On Friday, November 16, 2001, there were reasons to celebrate on the UNC campus. The basketball program signed three of the top high school...

Former Tar Heels Are Avid Fans In March
Active or injured, on the court or off, the Tar Heel pros tend to find a way to keep up with their alma mater, particularly...

What Happened to the 2005 Tar Heels?
It's harder and harder to believe that a UNC team led by Raymond Felton, Sean May, Rashad McCants and Marvin Williams won a title. I...

Preview: UNC vs #5 Duke
One potential shift in the outlook of this game stems from the play of Kennedy Meeks against FSU on Monday. Meeks became the first Tar...

Sean May Interview on UNC-Duke, the Bobcats & His Basketball Journey
Sean May, 2005 Final Four MOP and former Tar Heel, came in studio to discuss his basketball journey, how he ended up in Chapel Hill,...

Lucas: McAdoo's Mission
James Michael McAdoo has 1,046 career points as a Tar Heel in fewer than three seasons, making him just the 69th player in school history...

Video: Kennedy Meeks developing quickly
North Carolina freshman Kennedy Meeks sits down with ESPN's C.L. Brown to discuss the comparisons to Sean May, his outlet passes and his role in...

New numbers, new physiques, new recruits have UNC thinking ‘big’ again
Before changing his number from 0 to 42 this summer, Joel James first had to ask the blessing of the last North Carolina basketball player...

Joel James has a big number to fill
Sophomore forward Joel James willingly abandoned the No. 0 jersey he wore last season to allow freshman Nate Britt to wear it. Before choosing his...

Video: Sean May Introduces Roy Williams Tribute Video at Late Night
2005 national championship game MVP Sean May introduces a Roy Williams tribute video featured during Late Night with Roy...

Q&A With Joel James
Joel James on his number change from #0 to #42: "I have to please my point guard. Nate Britt wanted #0. I figured that he's...

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