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ESPN Panel Thinks 15 Current Coaches Are Better Than Roy Williams
Roy Williams is the second lowest-ranked of the coaches who have actually won a national championship, and all of the coaches who have won multiple...

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...

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...

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...

Roy Williams watches 2014 SG Trey Kell
Arizona coach Sean Miller made it certain to give his undivided attention to watching San Diego shooting-guard prospect Trey Kell on Thursday night at the...

Breaking down McAdoo's outsized role in North Carolina's offense
North Carolina's James Michael McAdoo, is the latest in a rich lineage of bigs: In the Roy Williams era alone, the Tar Heels have sent...

Lucas: UNC Family Envelops Roy Williams
The first text message arrived at 5:57 this morning, waking up Carolina's director of player relations, Eric Hoots. It read, "Have you heard anything yet?"...

Which college basketball coaches are best at bending the rules?
Which coach is best at bending the rules but not breaking them? John Calipari: 13 percent. Billy Donovan: 11 percent. Sean Miller: 8 percent. Tom...

UNC receiver T.J. Thorpe watches practice in a boot – and other personnel notes
Senior OT Brennan Williams and freshman defensive end Justin Thomason continued to wear the orange/red jerseys that signify limited participation in practice. Sr. offensive guard...

Video: 2003-04 UNC Basketball Highlights
Highlight video of the 2003-2004 North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team featuring Raymond Felton, Sean May, Jackie Manuel, Jawad Willams, Rashad McCants, David Noel, and...

Video: 2005 NCAA Championship Highlights
Led by Raymond Felton and Sean May, the North Carolina Tar Heels give Roy Williams his first ever NCAA title by beating favorite Illinois 75-70...

Carolina quartet will try to beat 2005 Tar Heels NBA draft class
In 2005, the Tar Heels’ foursome of Marvin Williams, Raymond Felton, Sean May and Rashad McCants were selected among the first 14 picks. It’s possible...

Lucas: Alums Return For Camp Game
Marvin Williams was a fixture among a sideline that contained nearly a dozen former Tar Heels who played in Tuesday's camp game. Jerry Stackhouse, Deon...

Former UNC stars help UAB basketball coach Jerod Haase
Marvin Williams and Sean May took time out of their summer vacation to do a favor for a former coach. Both showed up at Bar­tow...

ACC NBA Draft Watch
According to most NBA draft experts, general managers will select five former ACC players in this year’s first round. (I’ll give you hint: they were...

Catching up with: Jawad Williams
Right around Christmas, former North Carolina forward Jawad Williams, a starter on UNC’s 2005 national championship team, found himself having dinner with fellow Tar Heel...

Coaching peers pick top basketball recruiter, overrated, etc.
More than 100 high-major Division 1 coaches responded to the following questions about their peers and recruiting: If you had to pick one head coach...

Rashad McCants fine without game
It’s been a difficult post-college road for the 2005 North Carolina NCAA title team. Raymond Felton is on his fourth team in six years. Sean...

Ten basketball recruiting story lines to look for in July
The chase for bigs: Mitch McGary is likely to draw a huge crowd because many of the schools recruiting him haven't been able to spend...

'Shock' of Spring Ball
North Carolina head coach Butch Davis spoke to reporters prior to Wednesday afternoon’s practice, touching on UNC's pro timing day and red-shirt freshman wide receiver...

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