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Roy Williams North Carolina Basketball Coaching Clinic Oct. 28

The 2017 Roy Williams North Carolina Basketball Coaches Clinic will be held on Saturday October 28 in the Smith Center in Chapel Hill. Clinic attendees also will have the opportunity to attend the Tar Heels' exhibition game vs. Barton College at 7:30 p.m. on Friday October 27. Saturday's clinic is slated to begin at 8 a.m., followed by practice at 1 p.m. (GoHeels.com)

Raymond Felton Gets Married, Tar Heel Family Attends

Former North Carolina point guard Raymond Felton got married over the weekend and the Carolina basketball family came out to celebrate. A star on the 2005 Tar Heel National Championship team, Felton wed Tabitha Tuggle in Fort Worth, Texas. Teammates and staff from Felton's time at UNC were there, including David Noel and Marvin Williams. (Inside Carolina)

Chansky’s Notebook: A Chance Visit

Less than a mile away, I came to the old Owen High School: a modest one-floor building that was now the community’s middle school. At one end was a building marked “gymnasium.” This is where Roy Williams began his coaching career, and after five seasons as head coach gave it up to enter college basketball. I thought about the crossroads we all face in life. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC basketball: 2016-2017 season may be Roy Williams’ greatest yet

Objectively, this was Roy’s finest coaching year of the fourteen he’s had at UNC. Think about it: this team had the least amount of NBA talent of the three that have won a title with Roy as coach. They also had the crushing weight of expectations. Almost all of us had redemption as a goal for this season after The Shot, and it became known that the players had that goal, too. (Tar Heel Blog)

Video: Justin Jackson Wedding Montage

Former North Carolina basketball All-American Justin Jackson got married over the summer and shares an extremely well-made video set to music of his special day with new bride, Brooke Copeland. Read More...

Sixers agree to 2-way contract with James Michael McAdoo

The Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday agreed to a two-way contract with free agent forward James Michael McAdoo, according to the player's agency, Tandem Sports & Entertainment. McAdoo has spent the last three seasons with the Golden State Warriors after going undrafted in 2014. In three years in the NBA, McAdoo has played in 108 games. (CSN Philly)

Michael Jordan's N.C. high school unveils MJ-themed gym, complete with sneaker collection

The Jumpman continues to live on at the high school alma mater of the greatest basketball player ever. As E.A. Laney (Wilmington, N.C.) High School will forever be synonymous with its most famous alumnus, Michael Jordan, the school now has a gymnasium that bears Jordan’s footprint. On Wednesday, the school held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new gym. (USA Today)

Clarification on Marcus Paige

Tar Heel Times recently linked to an inaccurate report that Marcus Paige had changed teams from the Greensboro Swarm to the Oklahoma City Blue. That report has since been removed and I wanted to share a message from the Greensboro Swarm's Communications team clarifying the matter. Our apologies for the misunderstanding: Read More...

Ed Cota tops list of college basketball cult heroes

As a four-year starter, Ed Cota helped lead UNC to three Final Four appearances by dropping dimes to his more touted teammates (Video: UNC Highlights). He’s still UNC’s all-time assist leader, and it isn’t even close — his 1,030 career assists are the third most in NCAA history. Cota is the perfect example of cult hero within college basketball. (SB Nation)

Tar Heel Blog Podcast: Michael Brooker Special

Michael Brooker discusses his current career as the head boys’ basketball coach at Lake Oconee Academy in Georgia and the influence that coaches Dean Smith and Bill Guthridge have had on his coaching career. We also look back on his time playing with some of the best players in UNC history like Vince Carter, Ed Cota, and Antawn Jamison. (Tar Heel Blog)

Vince Carter High-Flying and Humble in High School

"Everybody loved Vince because he never got cocky," explained Mainland high school’s Athletic Director Dick Toth. This would be a common theme throughout the career of the pride of Daytona Beach, Vince Carter. Administrative staff, family and classmates saw the humility Carter carried himself with and that is what makes him who he is today. (NBA.com)

Kendall Marshall Suiting Up for Team USA

When his agent told him about AmeriCup tryouts a few weeks ago, Kendall Marshall didn’t know much about the event. “Honestly, nothing,” Marshall joked. “I couldn’t tell you one thing about it.” But it was basketball. It was competing against like-minded athletes trying to make the NBA. It was playing for coach Jeff Van Gundy. “So I jumped on it,” Marshall said. (Inside Carolina)

Nine former North Carolina basketball players take on the 2017 NBA Summer League

Justin Jackson stood out. The Sacramento Kings forward topped all former Tar Heels with 16.7 points per game in six contests in the 2017 NBA Summer League. While Jackson’s team struggled to a 2-4 record in Las Vegas, he was a bright spot and continued to show his aggressiveness as a shooter. Any doubt that his floater could fall in the NBA was answered. (Daily Tar Heel)

Candid Coaches: Will the NCAA take titles away from UNC or Louisville?

Coaches don't see it their place to publicly comment on other active cases. But given a cloak of anonymity, the opinions came flying out -- and they are diverse. We asked coaches not if they thought it was right for the NCAA to vacate championship titles from Louisville and North Carolina, but if they expected the NCAA to do so. Those are two very different questions. (CBS Sports)

Joel Berry Fine-Tuning Physique

Whether it’s his postgame muscle-flexing Strong Man dance or his bruised ankles that became a national storyline in the NCAA Tournament, Joel Berry’s body has received plenty of attention during his career at UNC. An Instragram post in July showcasing his new physique furthered that trend. “I wanted to get my body right and eat better,” the 6-foot, 195-pound Berry said. (Inside Carolina)

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Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 71
Gonzaga: 65
Mon, Apr 3 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Barton College
Fri, Oct 27, 7:30 ET ACCNE Tickets

UNC vs. Northern Iowa
Fri, Nov 10, 7:00 ET ESPNU Tickets

UNC vs. Bucknell
Wed, Nov 15, TBD ACCN Tickets

Full UNC Basketball Schedule

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ACC Basketball Standings
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Virginia0-00-0
Virginia Tech0-00-0
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Boston College0-00-0
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