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Ball Don’t Lie! Here Are 8 ‘Sheedtastic’ Rasheed Wallace Moments

On this day 40 years ago, the greatest entertainer the basketball world has ever known was born. I’m of course speaking of Rasheed Wallace, whose “ball don’t lie” mantra brought more joy to me than any woman in college ever could. Here are some of Sheed’s best moments, both as a player and coach. (Uproxx)

Tyler Zeller eager to earn starting center role for Celtics

Four days before his July wedding, Tyler Zeller learned that he had been traded to the Boston Celtics. He phoned his wife-to-be, Caitlyn, who was too busy preparing for the big day to answer her phone. "She was getting her hair done -- a practice 'do or whatever -- and her mom picked up. I was like, ‘I need to talk to my fiancé,’" explained Zeller. (ESPN.com)

Your annual reminder that Rasheed Wallace is a national treasure

Rasheed Wallace turns 40 today (Sept. 17), which gives us the opportunity to remember one of the league's best characters. Many athletes provide memorable moments forever preserved on YouTube and in the dark corners of the Internet, but few come as multi-layered as Sheed. (SB Nation)

We Reminisce: Rasheed Wallace Ejected For Shouting "Ball Don't Lie"

Rasheed Wallace turns 40 today. When you think about 'Sheed, the first thing you probably think about are the technicals and rejections, which were a running theme throughout his career. (Dime Magazine)

UNC Basketball Alums Discuss Coming Home

As usual, the summer saw a steady procession of Tar Heel basketball alumni making the pilgrimage back to the Smith Center. Several of them sat down for exclusive interviews on a wide-ranging set of topics. Here's a recap of some of our favorite summer conversations, including the must-see parts of each Q&A. (GoHeels.com)

UNC center Kennedy Meeks posts digital scale reading

UNC sophomore center Kennedy Meeks posted an image of a digital scale reading on his personal instagram account. The scale reads 266.64 pounds with the massage "getting close to my goals." Heading into the 2014-2015 basketball season much has been made over the Charlotte center's weight loss. Meeks, who stands 6-foot-9, has lost close to 50 pounds. (Carolina Blue)

Lucas: The Climb Begins

Nate Britt had just completed six 50-meter sprints up a hill at the outdoor rec center on the Carolina campus. With the 2015 Tar Heels broken into groups by height, Britt had dominated his group of fellow guards, going 6-0. It was the first day of preseason conditioning, and the sophomore was feeling pretty good about himself. And then someone told him he wasn't finished, that this was just the start. (GoHeels.com)

Kendall Marshall Interview

Kendall Marshall: I grew up in northern Virginia, in Dumfries, about 20 minutes from DC. A lot of where I grew up is influenced by the DMV culture. I’m from the suburbs—I went to private school and everything, but I love where I’m from. What was your dad like as a coach? KM: My dad, when I was younger, it was more just for fun. When he realized I had a knack for passing the ball, he got a little more intense. (SLAM Online)

Tyler Zeller’s Celtics future

Offensively, Zeller improved from literally everywhere last season. After shooting an average to below-average percentage everywhere on the court but the free throw line as a rookie, his long legs took tremendous strides in 2013-14, improving as a more selective mid-range marksman and making a more concerted effort to get to the rim, where he lived during his 2012 ACC Player of the Year campaign. (WEEI.com)

Jack Fitch, backfield teammate of Charlie Justice, passes away

Jack Fitch, who played on UNC’s nationally ranked football teams of the 1940s, died Wednesday at the age of 90. Fitch, a backfield teammate of Tar Heels great Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice, lived in Charlotte since 1948. Born March 9, 1924, Fitch arrived in Chapel Hill in 1942 from Etna, Pa., and played four seasons for the Tar Heels (taking two years to serve in World War II). He also lettered in basketball in 1944. (Charlotte Observer)

30 years ago today, the Chicago Bulls signed Michael Jordan

The best day in Chicago Bulls history happened 30 years ago today when they signed their #3 draft pick from the 1984 draft to a deal of the century contract that paid Jordan less than a million dollars a year for his services. Not bad considering the Bulls attendance doubled by the end of Jordan’s rookie of the year season and not bad considering they didn’t even want to draft him. (Ball Is Life)

Late Night With Roy Details Announced

Late Night With Roy Williams, the annual kickoff to basketball season at the University of North Carolina, will be held on Friday October 3 with the theme of "A Night With the Stars." Late Night will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Smith Center. Former Tar Heel guard Bobby Frasor, a senior on the 2009 NCAA championship team, will host the evening's festivities. (GoHeels.com)

Former UNC guard Leslie McDonald to play in Israel

Former UNC guard Leslie McDonald will start his professional career playing in the Israeli National League. The Memphis native who spent five injury-plagued years in Chapel Hill inked a deal with Hapoel Kfar Saba after a senior season at UNC in which he averaged 10.4 points, 2 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. During his Tar Heel career McDonald scored 841 points in 125 games (6.7 per game). He made 147 career three-pointers while shooting 33.3% from beyond the arc. (Carolina Blue)

Off the court, Warriors' Harrison Barnes is cookin'

Golden State Warriors' Harrison Barnes' value off the court is heating up. Barnes was at the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford on Wednesday helping in the kitchen, lifting spirits for children in need. Barnes teamed with Spago Las Vegas chef Eric Klein to make a pizza dinner for the 47 families currently staying at what will soon be the largest of the 337 Ronald McDonald Houses worldwide. (San Jose Mercury News)

Official UNC Basketball 2014-15 Heights & Weights Announced

The fall semester is in full swing at the University of North Carolina, which means offseason weight training for the Tar Heel men's basketball team also is underway. Even though the regular season opener against NC Central is still over two months away, transformations on and off the court have been taking place in the Smith Center since the 2013-14 season ended in San Antonio. (GoHeels.com)

Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 76
Notre Dame: 80
Sat, Feb 6 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC @ Boston College
Tue, Feb 9, 8:00 ET ACCN Tickets

UNC vs. Pittsburgh
Sun, Feb 14, 1:00 ET ACCN Tickets

UNC vs. Duke
Wed, Feb 17, 9:00 ET ESPN Tickets

Full UNC Basketball Schedule

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ACC Basketball Scoreboard
UNC76
at Notre Dame80
FINAL
UVA64
at Pitt50
FINAL
Boston College47
at Louisville79
FINAL
FSU91
at Wake Forest71
FINAL
NC State80
at Duke88
FINAL
Clemson57
at Virginia Tech60
FINAL
Live scores provided via data feed and may be delayed by a couple of minutes

ACC Basketball Standings
TeamACCOverall
(2) North Carolina8-219-4
(19) Louisville8-219-4
(9) Virginia8-319-4
Notre Dame7-416-7
Clemson7-414-9
(17) Miami6-317-4
Pittsburgh6-417-5
Duke6-417-6
Florida State6-516-7
Syracuse6-516-8
Virginia Tech5-613-11
Georgia Tech2-712-10
NC State2-912-12
Wake Forest1-1010-13
Boston College0-107-16

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