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Video: Sean May sits down with freshman Luke Maye
Freshman Luke Maye sits down with Sean May to discuss his father's legacy in Chapel Hill and his own personal adjustment to playing college basketball...

Video: Sean May, C.B. McGrath Preview UNC-N.C. State Matchup
Sean May speaks with assistant C.B. McGrath about the Tar Heels' upcoming matchup with N.C. State. The Tar Heels take on the Wolfpack on Saturday...

Video: Brice Johnson 1-on-1 with Sean May
UNC forward Brice Johnson sits down for a 1-on-1 interview with current Tar Heel assistant and former National Title 'Most Outstanding Player' Sean May to...

Sean May Talk Fuels Joel James
Following a two-game stretch that dulled his confidence, Joel James received a pep talk from a Tar Heel great prior to Saturday’s tip against Georgia...

Is Brice Johnson the Best Big Man of the Roy Williams Era?
Let's take at look at how Brice Johnson compares to Sean May, Tyler Hansbrough and Tyler Zeller. One rather large caveat is the sample size,...

Video: Sean May & C.B. McGrath preview UCLA before CBS Sports Classic
Sean May interviews assistant coach C.B. McGrath on what the Tar Heels need to do to be successful against UCLA at the CBS Sports Classic...

Roy Williams Live: Sean May Adapting to New Role
Sometimes it’s the intangible excitement and energy that a basketball coach can bring that makes him so valuable. Former Tar Heel standout Sean May joined...

Q&A with UNC Coach Roy Williams, Part IV
What is Sean May’s role on your staff? Roy Williams: "I have no idea what his role is going to evolve into except that he’s...

Roy Williams On Sean May's Role
UNC basketball coach Roy Williams spoke about many things in the hour he met with the media, one topic of interest is the role of...

Sean May Joins UNC Basketball Staff
Sean May, the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, has joined the University of North Carolina men’s basketball staff as assistant to the...

Lucas: Joel James Wants To Play Big
National champion-turned-radio broadcaster Eric Montross took a very early interest in Joel James and regularly offers pre-practice or pre-game advice. This summer, James expanded his...

UNC alums in Chapel Hill
A group of former UNC basketball players were in Chapel Hill on Thursday to meet with the team, hang with Coach Roy Williams, and connect...

Video: Paige nails slow motion three
In a pick-up game this week, former UNC center and 2005 National Champion Sean May got video of Tar Heel senior guard Marcus Paige nailing...

Top 5 UNC big men in the Roy era: No. 2
The second half of Sean May's junior season was one of the more impressive runs for a player in UNC history. The 6-foot-9 center from...

Lucas: A Family Gathering
The collection of alums who were on hand for the annual Roy Williams Basketball Camp game included Tyler Hansbrough, Raymond Felton, Danny Green, Wayne Ellington,...

Carolina Basketball Family Reunites at Summer Camp
Wednesday brought together a large number of former and current North Carolina basketball players for UNC's basketball camp. The summer reunions are a big part...

UNC's 2005 Championship Run Revisited
A full decade has passed, but the memories, moments and camaraderie forged during the 2004-05 North Carolina national championship season remain for members of the...

Sean Miller has message for Arizona's fair-weather fans
It's been a tough couple of years for Arizona's program, but not a failure by any means. The Wildcats got bounced from the NCAA Tournament...

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...

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