Video: Roy Williams Post-Maryland Press ConferenceNorth Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams discusses the Tar Heels' performance in a 75-63 win over Maryland on February 4, 2014.
Video: North Carolina-Maryland Game HighlightsView complete game highlights from North Carolina's 75-63 win over Maryland Tuesday in Chapel Hill.
North Carolina beats Maryland 75-63Marcus Paige scored 25 points to help North Carolina beat Maryland 75-63 on Tuesday night, extending its winning streak to a season-best four games. Brice Johnson added 19 points on 8-for-8 shooting off the bench for the Tar Heels (15-7, 5-4 ACC), who jumped to a 16-point lead in the game's opening minutes and led the entire way. (ESPN.com)
Lucas: Rapid Reactions - MarylandAnother terrific second half for Marcus Paige, as the sophomore shot 5-for-8 in the final 20 minutes after hitting just 1-for-5 in the first half. Paige finished with 25 points and also found time to distribute seven assists. He also carried much of the free throw load late when the Terps were trying to foul and make a comeback. (GoHeels.com)
Terps can't catch up in final regular season ACC game vs. North CarolinaThe Terps entered Tuesday night’s game believing there could be no better occasion than in their farewell to the proud Dean Smith Center, a light-blue nightmare for visitors in which Maryland had lost seven of its previous eight games. But rather than securing a foothold on the season, the foul-plagued Terps slipped again on the road, falling 75-63 to North Carolina. (Baltimore Sun)
Video: Marcus Paige Up and Under Lay-up vs. MarylandNorth Carolina guard Marcus Paige drives baseline and elevates up and under for the acrobatic lay-up in the 75-63 win against Maryland.
Video: James Michael McAdoo Alley-oop from Marcus Paige vs. MarylandMarcus Paige sends in the lob from outside the three-point line for James Michael McAdoo to throw down in the Tar Heels win against Maryland.
Box Score: North Carolina 75, Maryland 63View the complete box score from North Carolina's 75-63 win over ACC foe Maryland in Chapel Hill on Tuesday. (View Box Score)
Maryland basketball vs. North Carolina: Previewing the gameAny and all improvements the Maryland men's basketball team thinks it has made over the past three games will be tested on the road against North Carolina on Tuesday night. (Washington Post)
Roy Williams says he'll still think of Maryland as an ACC school after Terps leaveNorth Carolina coach Roy Williams says he "hates to see" Maryland departing the Atlantic Coast Conference. The teams have played 178 times since 1924, but with the Terps headed to the Big Ten after this season, Tuesday night's game at the Smith Center will be the final regular season ACC game in the series. (Baltimore Sun)
Why Intensity Is the Tar Heels' Biggest X-Factor in 2013-14There were many discussions in the offseason regarding which player would be the Tar Heels' "X-factor" in 2013-14. From James Michael McAdoo to Joel James, just about every Tar Heel's name was tossed into the debate. But as UNC powered through their most recent three ACC games in dominant fashion, we learned that the secret to the Tar Heels' success has simply been their intensity level. (Bleacher Report)
North Carolina, Maryland battle for winsThe North Carolina Tar Heels have won three consecutive games, and will try for a fourth in a row that would be the team's longest win streak of the season, as they battle the Maryland Terrapins in ACC play at the Dean Smith Center. Maryland has won two in a row and will seek for a third straight against the Tar Heels. The Terrapins made a statement Saturday by defeating Virginia Tech. (WRAL Sports Fan)
Video: Leslie McDonald's Artistic SideNorth Carolina senior guard Leslie McDonald's talents extend beyond the basketball court. In this video, he discusses his artistic talents and shows off some of his drawings, abstract art, digital renderings, portraits, and tells of the inspirations behind his off-the-court passion.
Roy’s Remarks – “Flip the Script”Carolina isn’t all the way to where it wants to be. Roy said they’re “really close.” How close is that? Can this upward trend continue? Will the aggressive brand of basketball be here to stay? Will James Michael McAdoo continue to be a dominant force on the hardwood? Is Leslie McDonald’s return to form substantial or a mirage? There are so many questions to answer. (Chapelboro.com)
Tar Heels Host Terps One Last TimeNorth Carolina (14-7, 4-4 ACC) hosts Maryland (13-9, 5-4) on Tuesday night, looking to post its longest winning streak of the season if it can win its fourth game in a row. The Tar Heels and Terrapins will tip off at 8:05 p.m.The syndicated ACC Network of stations will televise the game regionally with Tim Brant (play-by-play) and Mike Gminski (analyst) on the call. (GoHeels.com)
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