Tar Heel Times
Your comprehensive source for Tar Heel sports news

Theo Pinson News Archive

Power Rankings: North Carolina No. 1 ahead of Kentucky, Kansas, Maryland
1. North Carolina: While the Tar Heels have the most returning talent of any contender, they won't win it all if they're merely the same...

Season in review: Theo Pinson
There is a small sample size to go on as Theo Pinson's first season at UNC was hindered by a nagging foot injury (he had...

Theo Pinson Undergoes Foot Surgery
Theo Pinson, a freshman on the UNC basketball team, underwent successful surgery on his left foot Monday at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte. Pinson...

UNC Basketball will still be strong, despite missing out on Ingram
Fear not, North Carolina fans. The sky isn’t plummeting because Brandon Ingram — the reigning North Carolina Mr. Basketball — committed to play basketball at...

Commit analysis: Kenny Williams picks UNC
Kenny Williams has a quick first step and a quality handle. He can shoot off the pass and off the dribble. He becomes the only...

Theo Pinson Preparing for Big Opportunity
A big opportunity awaits UNC wing Theo Pinson next season. But first he will have surgery to repair the foot injury that limited his freshman...

Player Review: Theo Pinson
Theo Pinson arrived on campus as part of a three man recruiting class that was believed to fill in some of the missing production (i.e...

UNC a title contender in 2015-16, but NCAA threat remains
Even with J.P. Tokoto's exit, the Tar Heels are expected to be one of the top national title contenders in 2015-16, likely moving ahead of...

Ridiculously Early Basketball Preseason Top 25
2. North Carolina: UNC is projected to return every relevant player from a team that finished 12th in KenPom's final ratings. Notable players definitely gone:...

Tar Heels Grow in Late Season Success, Final Loss
North Carolina played some of its best basketball at the end of the season. Justin Jackson finally emerged as the player many had hoped, and...

UNC Freshman in the NCAA Tournament Stats
Heading into the 2015 NCAA Tournament, UNC will be leaning heavily on at least two freshman. Justin Jackson is a starter and one of four...

Justin Jackson, from Humble, Tex., leads UNC to ACC title game
It would be wrong to call Justin Jackson quiet. He’s certainly not the most vocal member of the UNC basketball team, but it’s hard to...

Team Approach Dismisses Eagles
With Kennedy Meeks and Theo Pinson sidelined, No. 19 North Carolina received contributions up and down its lineup to run past Boston College, 81-63, in...

Theo Pinson says he's day-to-day with foot injury
After missing 10 straight games while recovering from a broken bone in his left foot, North Carolina freshman Theo Pinson closed the regular season with...

Roy Williams Tuesday Press Conference Quotes
What kind of contributions do you expect from Theo Pinson in the postseason after coming back from his injury? Roy Williams: “I have no idea...

Preview & Prediction: #19 UNC vs #4 Duke
UNC pushing the pace clearly bothered the Blue Devils and Duke is still operating with limited depth. On the other hand, the Tar Heels have...

Theo Pinson eager to be back for Duke game
When Theo Pinson went down with a broken foot earlier in the season, his first thought revolved around scheduling. Specifically, if he could be back...

Video: Berry, Pinson, Jackson Post Georgia Tech Interviews
UNC freshmen Joel Berry, Theo Pinson, and Justin Jackson talked to the media following the Tar Heel's win at Georgia Tech on Tuesday...

Lucas: Many Happy Returns
Theo Pinson missed plenty while injuring his foot at Wake Forest on Jan. 21. But at no point during the 11 games he missed did...

Freshmen Pace Tar Heels In Win Over Georgia Tech
While Theo Pinson made his return late in No. 19 North Carolina’s 81-49 win over Georgia Tech on Tuesday, it was his classmates – Joel...

Next Page >>


© 2005-2015 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.