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2014 NBA Draft Profile: P.J. Hairston
Hairston spent two years at North Carolina and led the team in scoring his sophomore season (14.6 points). He also made a three-pointer in 33...

Lucas: How 0-3 Happened
Let's just get this out of the way: Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison and Ed Cota are not on this year's Carolina team. Neither are Ademola...

Shammond Williams hired at Tulane as assistant
Shammond Williams. Hearing that name takes a number of you back, I'll bet. I bring up Mr. Williams' name because the man has a new...

Shammond Williams named assistant coach at Tulane
Shammond Williams, a former college and NBA star, has been added as an assistant coach to the Tulane men's basketball coaching staff, it was announced...

Reggie Bullock Named Team MVP at Basketball Awards Banquet
UNC Press Release - Forward Reggie Bullock led the University of North Carolina in three-point percentage, was second in rebounding and third in scoring and...

Brewer: ACC Semifinal Flashback
March 7, 1998 - Shammond Williams scored 10 of his 25 points in overtime as North Carolina defeated Maryland, 83-73, in the ACC Tournament semifinals...

Compilation: Dean Smith Retirement Memories
Fifteen years ago today, Dean Smith announced his retirement and shocked the Carolina fan base. He had just piloted the 1996-97 squad from 0-3 in...

Video: 1998 #2 UNC beats #1 Duke
The No. 2-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels knock off the #1 Duke Blue Devils 97-73 in Chapel Hill on Feburary 5, 1998. Tar Heel players...

Video: 1995-1996 UNC Basketball Highlights
Video highlights from the North Carolina Tar Heels 1995-1996 basketball season featuring Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison, Shammond Williams, Dante Calabria, and Jeff McInnis...

Video: 1997-98 UNC Basketball Highlights
Highlight video of the 1997-1998 ACC Champion and Final Four North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team featuring Vince Carter, Ed Cota, Antawn Jamison, Brendan Haywood,...

Shammond Williams Added To Furman Men’s Basketball Staff
Furman men's basketball coach Jeff Jackson announced the addition of former University of North Carolina standout and NBA player Shammond Williams to the Paladin staff...

Kendall Marshall heeds (another) Williams' advice
Last Friday, Shammond Williams -- who played for UNC from 1994-98 -- stopped by the Smith Center to see how the team was faring after...

Kendall Marshall takes advice from UNC alum Shammond Williams
With a devastating loss to Duke still fresh on his mind, Kendall Marshall chatted with UNC basketball alum Shammond Williams, who lives in Chapel Hill...

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...

Q&A with Shammond Williams
Shammond Williams decided to conclude his pro career and get serious about pursuing a career in coaching. As such, he's been a regular at the...

Duke vs UNC Alumni Game officially scheduled
The first annual Kings of Tobacco Road game which pits Duke and UNC alumni against one another will take place on November 17th at 8:30...

Lucas: The Marshall Plan
Kendall Marshall, who has grown taller since his freshman measurements of 6-foot-3 and also added 10 pounds through hard work with Jonas Sahratian, knows his...

Tar Heel JV Beats Fork Union, 87-77
On Wednesday night, the University of North Carolina junior varsity men's basketball program rolled past Fork Union Military Academy for only the second time in...

Lucas: The Perfect Storm
Everybody already knows about the star power at Smith Center pickup games. Thursday night might have been the first time the star power on the...

Lucas: The Teams That Could've Been
Jerry Stackhouse doesn't think about what might have been. He and Rasheed Wallace left Carolina after helping the Tar Heels to a Final Four in...

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