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Raymond Felton Agrees to Terms with Los Angeles Clippers

Raymond Felton agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday, Dan Woiki of the Orange County Register reports. He'll likely come off the bench with Chris Paul, J.J. Reddick, Jamal Crawford, and Austin Rivers holding up the Clippers' backcourt. In Dallas, Felton averaged 9.5 points, 3.6 assists, and 3.2 rebounds in 27 minutes per game. (CBS Sports)

Roy Williams on Marcus Paige, Recipe for Championship

Roy Williams on advice he gives to his former players entering the NBA: "You got to understand that it is a business. Every single day if you aren't doing what you are supposed to, someone else is doing it and it's going to be his living and not yours. And you have to make adjustments. Marcus Paige is one of those guys who will do all of those things." (Carolina Blue)

2016 Olympians with NC ties

Across the world, thousands of athletes train endlessly in the hopes of representing their country in the Olympics. As the 2016 Games in Rio draw near, more than 50 athletes with ties to the Tar Heel State have punched their tickets to Brazil. (WRAL Sports Fan)

UNC's Top 25 Wins of 2015-16: No. 5

No. 5: No. 8 Carolina 76, No. 17 Duke 72 - Men's Basketball, March 5, 2016: Pretty much any Tar Heel would agree—this win certainly was satisfying. Two weeks after a frustrating home loss to Duke in the Smith Center that was one of the low points of the season, Carolina bounced back in a big way on Senior Night in Durham with a 76-72 win. (GoHeels.com)

Freshman Tony Bradley hopes to provide inside spark for Tar Heels

Tony Bradley Jr. knows the opportunity awaiting him this fall at North Carolina. The freshman big man will suit up for a fast-paced offense that looks to get the ball inside. And the Tar Heels could use some help up front after losing a pair of big men — including Associated Press first-team All-American Brice Johnson — from an NCAA finalist. (Associated Press)

Antawn Jamison’s camp offers free experience for 100 kids

In recent days, as Charlotte’s Stephen Curry has come under fire for the cost of a basketball camp he’s putting on in Hawaii. Another Charlottean, former NBA and UNC star Antawn Jamison, is personally covering the cost of 100 of the 130 campers registered for his annual camp in Chapel Hill July 16-17. (Charlotte Observer)

Warriors Re-Sign Free Agent Forward James Michael McAdoo

The Golden State Warriors have re-signed free agent forward James Michael McAdoo, the team announced Wednesday. A two-year NBA veteran, McAdoo owns career averages of 3.2 points, 1.7 rebounds and 7.1 minutes in 56 regular-season games. As a rookie in 2014-15, the UNC product was a member of Golden State’s first championship season in 40 years. (Golden State Warriors)

Toughness is key for Brice Johnson's transition to the NBA

Brice Johnson may be finished playing with the Los Angeles Clippers Summer League team, but he has to continue sharpening his game to ensure a smooth transition to the NBA next season. The former UNC forward struggled in his first appearance this summer scoring just six points and grabbing four rebounds. (Carolina Blue)

Different career paths for top-25 college basketball coaches

North Carolina Tar Heels: Roy Williams, golf pro - If there's any coach who talks about golf more than Williams, he's probably already teaching the sport. Williams had knee replacement surgery in May, so he hasn't been on the course as much as he'd like this summer. But it's not a stretch to envision Williams as the golf pro at a local course. (ESPN.com)

Doc Rivers Feels Good About Clippers' Draft Picks

Brice Johnson said he hopes to put on 20 to 25 pounds, eventually – a weight he feels he can still play comfortably at. He’s confident now, with the Clippers’ draft picks finally arriving in Los Angeles, the free time he has before training camp can be used to get in the weight room and get his body in the right shape. (Los Angeles Clippers)

Harrison Barnes gives his thoughts on Kevin Durant, what he needs to work on and the Zika virus

Harrison Barnes doesn't know much about the Zika virus, but he has a respect for the trouble it can cause. What worries him more about being on the U.S. Olympic team that will go to Brazil next month is the biting comments he expects from one of his teammates. "Hearing Kyrie [Irving] constantly in my ear all summer will be long," Barnes said. (Dallas Morning News)

Brice Johnson is built for a long, steady career in the NBA

Brice Johnson had done exactly what Roy Williams and the UNC staff had wanted when they signed him as a wiry, lean high school senior from South Carolina: learn and mature from the bench, improving both his game and his mind, until he blossomed into a legit star. Johnson, after proving himself through those four years, will now take on a new challenge, the NBA. (Tar Heel Blog)

Danny Green talks Tim Duncan, skills camp

Next season is going to feel different for Danny Green. While the 29-year-old shooting guard is gearing up for another season with the San Antonio Spurs, he is doing so knowing that Tim Duncan won't be by his side. Duncan, who became the face of the Spurs franchise while winning 5 NBA championships, announced his retirement Monday after 19 years. (Corpus Christi Caller-Times)

Marcus Paige Scores 11 in Summer League with Roy Williams in Attendance

Playing for a roster spot with the Utah Jazz this season, former All-American North Carolina guard Marcus Paige is trying to make the most of his opportunity during NBA summer league play. Paige scored 11 points in 19 minutes during Tuesday's loss to Portland, hitting 2-of-4 shots from deep. Roy Williams was in attendance at the game in Las Vegas. (Carolina Blue)

Vince Carter remembers the greatest Olympic dunk ever

Forget the high jump; 16 years ago at the Sydney Olympics, it was USA Basketball star Vince Carter who proved to be the greatest leaper of the 2000 Games. Carter took two dribbles towards the paint and launched himself toward the rim. Only one man, 7-foot-2 French center Frederic Weis, stood between the man known as Vinsanity and the basket. (NBC Olympics)

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