Monmouth assistant Brian Reese tabbed as new Georgian Court coachKing Rice's coaching tree received its first branch on Thursday. Hawks assistant coach Brian Reese will be named head coach at Division II Georgian Court University. Official word from the Lakewood school is expected on Monday. Reese, a former teammate of Rice at the University of North Carolina in the early 1990's, is the first Rice assistant to land a head-coaching gig. (Asbury Park Press)
Season in review: Joel Berry IIOnce Joel Berry returned from an injury that kept him out of seven games between January and February, he emerged as a quality back-up point guard. Roy Williams tended to go with Berry over sophomore Nate Britt during the last stretch of the season. Berry proved to be a better offensive threat, taking the ball to basket and knocking down threes. The freshman shot 50% (10/20) from three over the last 10 games. (Carolina Blue)
Former UNC basketball player Melvin Scott trying to rebuild after rape charges droppedAfter months of proclaiming his innocence, Melvin Scott no longer faces legal issues after the second degree rape charges against Scott were dropped Wednesday. "First of all I thanked God, I called my family – it was a relief," said Scott. "I lost my home, I was homeless for about 3 months," said Scott. "I lost all my income, my jobs, the toughest part was what my family is going through." (WRAL Sports Fan)
ACC draft entrants leave UNC on topThe North Carolina Tar Heels will enter the 2015-2016 season as the likely preseason favorites to win the ACC. This notion has only intensified as many of the presumed top teams in the conference have lost important players to the 2015 NBA draft. UNC will return four of five starters from last season along with every important reserve (Carolina Blue)
Brandon Ingram's comments show impact of UNC's NCAA troublesUNC spokesperson Steve Kirschner said the school has not received a notice of allegations from the NCAA. So it seems that Ingram misspoke, but it’s not clear what exactly where he got the specific date of April 17. It's also worth pointing out that even if UNC did have notice of the NCAA's allegations, that's not a conclusion to the investigation, but just one step of a long-running process. (Greensboro News & Record)
Danny Green wants to be more at home on roadSpurs’ 27-year-old shooting guard Danny Green is nothing if not mercurial. He didn’t earn the blogosphere-created nickname “IcyHot” for nothing. This season, the home/road splits were a gulf. Inside the AT&T Center, Green connected on a sizzling 47 percent of this 3-pointers during the regular season. On the road, that dropped nearly 12 points to 35.4 percent. (San Antonio Express-News)
Rape charges against former UNC basketball player Melvin Scott droppedRape charges against former UNC basketball player Melvin Scott have been dropped. Scott was charged late last year with second degree rape in an alleged incident involving a female acquaintance who according to police was "mentally incapacitated and physically helpless." (WTVD)
Video: Justin Jackson Named UNC Outstanding Male NewcomerJustin Jackson of the North Carolina men's basketball team won the Outstanding Male Newcomer award at the 2015 Rammys.
Video: UNC Coaches "Shake It Off"UNC Coaches made a music video to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off". The video originally aired at the 2015 Rammys on April 20, 2015.
Video: The History Of Argyle At CarolinaDean Smith asked clothing designer Alexander Julian to design new uniforms for the UNC men's basketball team. The linking diamonds that have been featured down the sides of Carolina’s jerseys and shorts since 1991-92 will soon be added to more UNC uniforms, thanks to a color and logo “refresh” announced by Nike and UNC Athletics.
Catch The 2015 Tar Heel TourPlease join emcee Jones Angell, men's basketball coach Roy Williams, football coach Larry Fedora and women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell along with other coaches and fellow Rams Club members for Tar Heel Tour 2015. With dates in Atlanta, Washington D.C., Richmond and across the state of North Carolina in April and May, the Tour is a great way to get closer to Tar Heel athletics. (GoHeels.com)
No, UNC Didn't Receive a Notice of Allegations from the NCAAA minor firestorm erupted Tuesday night regarding a statement five star recruit Brandon Ingram made regarding something he'd been told by Roy Williams about the NCAA's investigation into Tar Heel athletics. Did UNC receive the notice of allegations from the NCAA and didn't release it? Actually no, according to a UNC spokesperson this morning, UNC has not received a notice of allegations. (Tar Heel Blog)
Theo Pinson Preparing for Big OpportunityA big opportunity awaits UNC wing Theo Pinson next season. But first he will have surgery to repair the foot injury that limited his freshman year. Pinson showed flashes of what made him a McDonald’s All-American in the class of 2014, before missing 14 of the Tar Heels’ final 19 games with a fractured fifth metatarsal in his left foot -- an injury he also sustained during his junior year of high school. (Inside Carolina)
Season in review: Nate BrittBritt is a back-up point guard and will likely continue in that role for the remainder of his UNC career. In the 2014-2015 season, Britt played in all 38 games (starting three) and averaged 15.3 minutes per game. He is a solid back-up, but will never be a big scorer or amazing offensive contributor. Last season, Britt scored in double figures seven times including 17 points against Syracuse. (Carolina Blue)
John Henson continues his vendetta against the color redJohn Henson is known for his happy-go-lucky demeanor. More often than not a wide, innocent smile adorns his baby-faced visage. Henson doesn’t seem to hate many things....except the color red. As CJ Leslie’s therapist can attest, Henson delighted in emasculating those who chose to attire themselves in red. (Tar Heel Depot)
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