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Vince Carter helping Grizzlies, hopes to get 20 years in NBA

Vince Carter is sometimes taken aback. There have been times this season when opposing teams and fans on the road have paid homage to his career as if Carter plans to retire after this season. "It's a little weird," Carter said. (Memphis Commercial Appeal)

Previewing Notre Dame

No. 2 UNC embarks on the second leg of its three-game road trip for a matchup with Notre Dame at Purcell Pavilion on Saturday. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. and will be televised by ESPN. Notre Dame enters Saturday’s contest with a 15-7 (6-4 ACC) record. The Fighting Irish picked up its best win of the season in November, topping No. 5 Iowa, 68-62. (Inside Carolina)

Louisville's postseason ban has UNC's Roy Williams thinking about past, present

The NCAA has provided no resolution to the long-running academic scandal at North Carolina, but UNC basketball coach Roy Williams reacted to news of Louisville’s postseason ban by saying sympathetically, “I’ve been there.” Louisville administrators announced a self-imposed penalty for its basketball program Friday. (Fayetteville Observer)

Tar Heels Look To Break Out Of Slump Once Again

For the first time since losing in the ACC Championship Game in March, the Tar Heels will take on Notre Dame. Head coach Roy Williams said he expects his team to come out with more intensity when they travel to South Bend Saturday. “We got our tails beat last game,” he said. “If you don’t step up right now there’s something wrong with you.” (Chapelboro.com)

Nate Britt Questionable vs. Notre Dame

No. 2 North Carolina could be without its top backcourt reserve for Saturday’s matchup with Notre Dame as backup point guard Nate Britt is suffering with a back injury. “We don’t know if Nate’s going to be able to play,” UNC head coach Roy Williams said Friday. “He still hasn’t practiced yet. So I have no idea what he’s going to be able to do today.” (Inside Carolina)

Marcus Ginyard’s Diary: Short Vacations In Copenhagen And Barcelona, And A Visit With Deon Thompson

In the spring of 2000, I first had my opportunity to travel abroad, ironically, to the place that I now call home. My visit to France as a young teenager was an experience I will never forget. It was absolutely incredible to see and experience a world that I hardly knew existed. Since then I have been extremely fortunate to travel around the world (22 countries in 5 years), coming across many things that have completely changed my life. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Basketball: Shooting Is Not the Only Problem

UNC suffered their third loss on Monday night. The offense looked stagnant at times and the usually high-flying Heels only put up 65 points. Carolina also shot a lowly 34.5% from the field. But in a press conference Friday, Coach Roy Williams pointed out shooting was not the sole issue from Monday night. (Carolina Blue)

Video: Roy Williams, Isaiah Hicks Pre-Notre Dame Press Conference Recap

Roy Williams and Isaiah Hicks discuss how the Tar Heels expect to rebound from the loss to Louisville with a big match up at Notre Dame on Saturday. View Video...

Lucas: Slumps Happen

You might think Hubert Davis is unfamiliar with Carolina’s current shooting struggles, in which the five primary UNC three-point shooters are hitting just 25% from the three-point line over the last dozen games. You’d think wrong. “I’ve told them I had slumps like that all throughout my career when I was playing,” Davis told Jones Angell on the weekly radio show. (GoHeels.com)

Midseason Review: Joel James

Carolina's biggest man has been a solid go to guy off the bench to provide a quick change of pace. He also gives Roy Williams a steady and experienced option when Kennedy Meeks and Brice Johnson need a breather. Joel James has contributed more than his stat line shows. The 6-10 forward has had double digits minutes in 11 games so far this season. (Carolina Blue)

Tar Heels Look To Rebound At Notre Dame

North Carolina (19-3, 8-1 ACC) will try to bounce back from its first loss in six weeks when it visits Notre Dame (15-7, 6-4) on Saturday. The Tar Heels and Fighting Irish will tip off just after 7 p.m. in the Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center. Dan Shulman, Jay Bilas and Shannon Spake will call the game for an ESPN national television audience. (GoHeels.com)

Irish host top-ranked Tar Heels in need of another signature win

Looking to bounce back from losing two of its last three games, Notre Dame welcomes No. 1 North Carolina to Purcell Pavilion on Saturday night. Notre Dame (15-7, 6-4 ACC) is coming off a 79-70 loss on the road to Miami on Wednesday and thus will be trying to avoid its first back-to-back losses since March 2014. (Notre Dame Observer)

Rasheed Wallace drives truck with cases of water to Flint, Michigan

Former NBA star Rasheed Wallace drove a truck filled with cases of water from North Carolina to Flint, Michigan on Thursday night, according to UNC's basketball program. Wallace played for the Tar Heels from 1993 to 1995. Wallace is one of many stars donating and assisting the federal state of emergency with the water conditions in Flint. (Sports Illustrated)

UNC's 11-win season resonates on signing day

This time a year ago, football coaches at North Carolina were selling hope. After an 11-3 season, a massive defensive turnaround and an ACC Coastal Division title, the Tar Heels have something concrete to pitch to recruits. The effects of that upswing already could be felt on Wednesday, national signing day for college football. (Greensboro News & Record)

Tyler Zeller focused on staying in Celtics rotation

From Day One starter, to reserve, to seldom-used backup, to situational player logging several weeks of DNP-CDs (did not play-coaches decision). There isn’t a single role that Tyler Zeller hasn’t experienced being in this season for the Boston Celtics. That’s in part why he is cautiously optimistic about his play of late. (CSN New England)

Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 68
Boston College: 65
Tue, Feb 9 Box Score

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

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

UNC vs. Miami
Sat, Feb 20, 1:00 ET CBS Tickets

Full UNC Basketball Schedule

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ACC Basketball Standings
TeamACCOverall
(9) North Carolina9-220-4
(7) Virginia9-320-4
(12) Miami8-319-4
(13) Louisville8-319-5
Notre Dame8-417-7
Duke7-418-6
Clemson7-514-10
Pittsburgh6-517-6
Florida State6-516-7
Syracuse6-516-8
Virginia Tech5-713-12
Georgia Tech3-813-11
NC State2-912-12
Wake Forest1-1110-14
Boston College0-117-17

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