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Carolina basketball family unites for Guthridge

The funeral service for former UNC head basketball coach and longtime Tar Heel assistant Bill Guthridge was held on Mondaty afternoon in Chapel Hill. Guthridge, who coached at UNC from 1967 to 2000 (the last three years as head coach) will be remember as Dean Smith's right hand man and valuable part of the North Carolina basketball family. (Carolina Blue)

UNC basketball family comes together again to mourn Bill Guthridge

They were college teammates and former players, longtime colleagues and friends, people who worked alongside him and those who worked for him, all together as a family on Monday to remember and honor Bill Guthridge, the longtime North Carolina basketball coach. It was a familiar gathering, in some ways. A little more than three months ago, many of them had come together not too far away for Dean Smith’s funeral. (Charlotte Observer)

Roy's top 10 recruits: No. 9-10

10. Reggie Bullock Class of 2010 Sometimes the forgotten member of UNC’s stellar 2010 trio, Bullock was actually the higher-rated prospect than point guard Kendall Marshall. The in-state guard was committed to the Tar Heels for two full years before signing, and the lack of drama surrounding his recruitment made some fans sleep on him as a high school player. (Carolina Blue)

Warriors’ Harrison Barnes took lessons on defense to heart

“So I come to the gym,” Harrison Barnes said, “my first NBA workout, and there’s no basketballs. I’m like, ‘Hey, man, can I get a ball to get some shots?’ And he’s like, ‘You came into the draft as the worst-rated defender on Synergy (a draft analytics system). All we’re going to do is defense. Anyone can score the basketball, but if you can’t defend, you can’t be on the court.’” (San Francisco Gate)

Heels mourn a second loss at Guthridge's funeral

For the second time this year, the Tar Heel nation is mourning the loss of a coaching giant. Bill Guthridge passed away at his home on May 12. He was laid to rest in Chapel Hill Monday afternoon. The funeral service mirrored his life. It was understated, tasteful and packed with stories of strength and inspiration. "He just took what our parents had established for us as a foundation and he just enhanced it," said former player James Worthy. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Bill Guthridge: True Tar Heel Warrior

Some people are content to let others live in the spotlight, while some step forward and thrive when circumstances dictate that their time is now. Bill Guthridge did both and did them with grace and dignity. Thus today, we mourn his passing, but celebrate the many leading and supportive roles in which he spent his rich and distinguished life. (GoHeels.com)

Friends, Family Honor Former UNC Basketball Coach Bill Guthridge

The UNC community has been hit hard this year with the passing of Stuart Scott, Dean Smith and now Bill Guthridge. On Monday friends and family will honor Guthridge in Chapel Hill. Guthridge coached under Tar Heel Legend Dean Smith for 30 years and took over for Smith once he retired. Guthridge's funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church in Chapel Hill. (TWC News)

Spurs' Danny Green upset with being left off All-Defensive team

The NBA announced its All-Defensive first and second teams Wednesday, and Spurs guard Danny Green wasn't on it. He took notice. (Sporting News)

Frank Barham, UNC JV basketball alum, musician, arts advocate, killed in wreck

A car wreck in 1980 left Frank Barham a paraplegic, restricting him to a wheelchair at the age of 24. He was robbed of the use of his legs, but not his passion. It was his music and his desire to help others with disabilities that led the 59-year-old Barham on his final journey. The Atlanta musician died in southeast Georgia on Wednesday. And once again, it was a wreck to blame. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Hornets 2014-15 Season in Review: P.J. Hairston

It was a rookie season of ups and downs for P.J. Hairston playing in essentially what is his hometown, but at season’s end he looks at his first year in the NBA as a tremendous learning experience and knows what he’ll be looking to do in 2015-16. As a knockdown shooter with nearly-unlimited range, Hairston’s next goal is working on being able to create off the dribble. (NBA.com)

Watch 40-year old Jerry Stackhouse schooling high school players

Jerry Stackhouse is currently working at the Adidas Nations Camp and part of that work is showing the campers just how far they have to go if they want to be in the NBA. Stackhouse is 40 years old now, but looks to be in great shape and the basketball skills are still quite sharp. He last played for the Brooklyn Nets in 2013. Watch him give a whole lot of buckets to some of the kids in the camp. (CBS Sports)

Jerry West helped revive Harrison Barnes with Kobe Bryant-esque treatment

Long before he would become an unsung hero for the Warriors in the playoffs and in that late-July time when many NBA players are either vacationing or resting their weary bodies at home, Harrison Barnes picked up the phone and called on the great Jerry West. Again. "I had seen him at summer league my rookie year, and I would just jokingly say to him, 'Look man, when are we going to get some work in?'" (USA Today)

Kenny Smith holds court, helps rebuild local park

Kenny Smith is best known as a two-time NBA Champ with the Houston Rockets, a popular analyst on TNT's Inside The NBA and the star of a reality show based on his family, The Smiths. But he has taken up the gauntlet of a good cause, #FullCourtRefresh and #Over21, in conjunction with the Urban League and MillerCoors to refurbish what he calls the centerpiece of the community, local basketball courts. (Examiner.com)

Bobby Frasor: From real estate to his real love

Commercial real estate can’t compare to a courtside seat. That’s the conclusion Bobby Frasor arrived at when he chose to pursue the vacant head-coaching position at his high school alma mater. One year away from basketball was all the Brother Rice graduate needed to reaffirm his love for the sport and opt for a career shift. And the Rice administration helped solidify his decision. (The Reporter Online)

Video: Justin Jackson blows by defender in summer workouts

UNC sophomore small forward Justin Jackson is working out in his hometown of Houston in preparation for the 2015-2016 season. Along with weight lifting and training workouts, Jackson is continuing to develop is on the court skills and moves. In a video posted by coach and trainer John Lucas, Jackson is shown blowing a defender with a quick move before dunking it with one hand. (Carolina Blue)

Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 95
Radford: 50
Sun, Dec 4 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC vs. Davidson
Wed, Dec 7, 9:00 ET ESPN Tickets

UNC vs. Tennessee
Sun, Dec 11, 5:00 ET ESPN Tickets

UNC vs. Kentucky
Sat, Dec 17, 5:45 ET CBS Tickets

Full UNC Basketball Schedule

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ACC Basketball Scoreboard
Radford50
at UNC95
FINAL
Coppin State43
at Clemson85
FINAL
FSU67
at G Washington48
FINAL
NC A&T53
at Notre Dame107
FINAL
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ACC Basketball Standings
TeamACCOverall
Notre Dame0-08-0
(3) North Carolina0-08-1
(5) Duke0-08-1
(6) Virginia0-07-1
(14) Louisville0-07-1
Florida State0-07-1
Virginia Tech0-06-1
Wake Forest0-06-2
Pittsburgh0-06-2
NC State0-06-2
(22) Syracuse0-05-2
Clemson0-05-2
Miami0-05-2
Georgia Tech0-04-3
Boston College0-04-3

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