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Isiah Thomas held up a Crying Jordan head during Indiana's win over North Carolina

No. 13 Indiana defeated No. 3 North Carolina on Wednesday night, and in the process IU alum Isiah Thomas got revenge on Michael Jordan. Yes, that is Thomas holding up a Crying Jordan head at Assembly Hall, and, yes, it's an amazing moment in basketball history. (Sporting News)

Video: Spurs’ Danny Green Invites Us Inside His Snake Enclosure

San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green likes shooting threes, shopping for sneakers and spending time with snakes. George Kiel III from Coiski visits Green at his home in San Antonio to learn about how Green takes care of his prized pets. View Video...

UNC's Lesson Learned

Following his 1,000th game as a head coach, Roy Williams criticized his team for not matching the Hoosiers’ intensity, for not being the aggressor and for making silly mistakes. He told reporters that he had to coach better and his players had to play better. He even put his own fan base on blast for not matching the raucousness of Indiana’s home arena. (Inside Carolina)

Roy Williams wants UNC supporters to behave more like Indiana's fans

The vibe of Assembly Hall seemed to pulse through the TV. It was why on-campus games between college basketball blue bloods make for the best possible scheduling for the sport. Bloomington looked like the most exciting place to be in America on Wednesday. Roy Williams knew it and mentioned it afterward, with a direct challenge to UNC fans. (CBS Sports)

Lucas: The Lesson Plan

It’s fine to be disturbed by the loss. But we won’t really know how meaningful this defeat was until February or March. You were frustrated watching the game because you already knew you can’t take those kinds of shots. You can’t commit lane violations that give them a free point. You can’t continually let them drive to the rim. And you just can't play this way on the road. (GoHeels.com)

The Value Of A Loss

Needless to say, this performance bore no connection to what the Tar Heels did in the first seven games of the season. But, this is November, and the sneaking suspicion is North Carolina will learn from this and be a much better, more fortified bunch as a result of this performance. At least the Heels said the right things afterward, and that’s a start. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Roy Williams Post-Indiana Quotes

Roy Williams: "One team really played right from the get go and the other one did not and that was us. We were not ready for the intensity, the enthusiasm, anything you want to talk about in the first half. It was a wonderful crowd. Gosh, I’d like to play with a wonderful crowd like that in the Smith Center every now and then other than the Duke game." (Inside Carolina)

Video: UNC Players Post-Indiana Interviews

Video interviews from North Carolina players following the Tar Heels' 76-67 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington on Wednesday: Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, Nate Britt, Isaiah Hicks

Video: Roy Williams Post-Indiana Press Conference

North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams met with the media following the Tar Heels' 76-67 loss at Indiana on Wednesday night. UNC fell to 7-1 on the season with the loss. Here is what Williams had to say about his team's performance at Assembly Hall. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

Video: UNC Falls at Indiana, 76-67 - Highlights

Justin Jackson scored 21 points to pace the Tar Heels, but North Carolina came up short on the road, 76-67, to No. 13 Indiana in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on November 30, 2016. View Video...

No. 13 Hoosiers hold on to upset No. 3 North Carolina 76-67

O.G. Anunoby scored 16 points, James Blackmon Jr. had 14 and Robert Johnson added 11 Wednesday, leading No. 13 Indiana past No. 3 North Carolina 76-67 in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. The Hoosiers have won two straight since last week's stunning loss to little-known IPFW. The Tar Heels were led by Justin Jackson with 21 points. UNC was 13 of 22 on free throws. (Associated Press)

Indiana stops second chances, drops No. 3 North Carolina

On Wednesday, Indiana not only withstood UNC's relentless onslaught of size and skill but very nearly mastered it -- enough, at least, to withstand the Tar Heels' inevitable late run en route to a 76-67 win. The Hoosiers began the game with a barrage of Robert Johnson buckets and James Blackmon 3s, keyed by precise passing and off-ball movement. (ESPN.com)

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - UNC vs. Indiana

Obviously, Carolina wants to win every single game. But Wednesday night's 76-67 loss at Indiana was the type you are going to lose in the course of a college basketball season. The Hoosiers pulled out every stop, had a full-throated sellout crowd behind them, got an uncharacteristically good perimeter shooting game to hold off the visitors. (GoHeels.com)

Box Score: Indiana 76, North Carolina 67

View the complete box score from North Carolina's 76-67 loss to Indiana in Bloomington on Wednesday in the ACC-Big 10 Challenge. (View Box Score)

How Dean Smith's Push For Civil Rights Transformed Chapel Hill

Dean Smith is known as a legendary basketball coach at UNC. His teams won 879 games and two NCAA national championships. But one of Smith's most crowning achievements isn't instilled in a trophy. In 1967, Smith recruited basketball player Charlie Scott, the first African-American scholarship athlete at UNC. It was a seminal act for Smith and furthered his push for civil rights in the South. (WUNC)

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