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With Hansbrough, Beasley, '07-08 was the year of the power forward
Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina, 2007-08 (Jr.): Psycho T beat out Beasley for the Wooden Award that season, and according to this formula, the voters made...

Former "Voice of the Tar Heels" Woody Durham set for life away from broadcasting booth
After 40 years of seemingly being ready for anything, Woody Durham doesn’t know what will happen Saturday when he bypasses the press elevator at Kenan...

Next up for Lawson: Continuing his pro career in Lithuania
With the NBA in lockout mode, Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson leaves today for Lithuanian club Zalgiris Kaunas of the Euroleague. The third-year pro...

Former Tar Heels Coach Hanners Returns to Favorable Site
Basketball fans remember the 1993 NCAA men’s national championship game in the Louisiana Superdome for what became known simply as “The Timeout.” For recently-hired Hornets...

Pros keep North Carolina humble and hungry
They return all five starters from last year's ACC championship team. They're No. 1 in almost every preseason poll. They can't go to dinner off...

Ed Geth named Marshall assistant women's coach
Ed Geth, a former player for the North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team, is the new member of the Marshall Thundering Herd women's program...

As the NBA lockout dragged on, players kept fit in Durham
A ripple of anticipation ran through the line (at the N.C. Greater Pro Am) as Jerry Stackhouse rode by in his Cadillac Escalade and pulled...

Woody Durham To Receive Another Honor
Woody Durham, the radio "Voice of the Tar Heels" for 40 years until his retirement earlier this year, will be honored by the Triangle Radio...

Walston: Catching Up With Ronald Curry
It's been a long time, Ronald Curry. The former Tar Heel quarterback visited football practice yesterday. Curry was the offensive MVP of the 1998 Las...

Slovenia-bound Danny Green eager to return to Spurs
Danny Green packed his bags and boarded a flight for Slovenia on Saturday evening, off to live and work in a country he’s never visited...

Woody Durham To Receive NFF Schenkel Award
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced today that Woody Durham, the longtime voice of UNC, has been named the 2011...

Spurs forward Danny Green signs deal in Slovenia
San Antonio Spurs forward Danny Green has signed with Slovenian basketball league champion Union Olimpija. The 24-year-old Green will be reunited with former college teammate...

Ty Lawson signs to play in Lithuania during NBA lockout
The reality of the NBA lockout is hitting home as the Nuggets' point guard Ty Lawson — one of the team's top players — said...

Justin Knox pens deal with Minsk-2006
Justin Knox (205-F, college: N.Carolina) pens deal with Minsk-2006 for the next season. The American Forward comes from North Carolina. In 2010-2011 he moved...

Danny Green to sign with Union Olimpija
Union Olimpija signed swingman Danny Green over the weekend. 24-year-old Green arrives from San Antonio of the NBA, for whom he averaged 5.1 points in...

Phil Ford Golf Classic helps Boys & Girls Clubs
As he prepared to take to the links at Benvenue Country Club on Saturday morning, basketball legend James Worthy recalled how the countless hours he...

Brad Daugherty has another passion: Auto racing
Growing up in Black Mountain, N.C., just outside of Asheville, Brad Daugherty learned to love two sports — college basketball and auto racing. “My two...

2002 McDonald's All-Americans: Where are they now?
Felton spent three years in Chapel Hill and helped the Tar Heels win the national title in 2005. He was in Charlotte for the first...

Annual Phil Ford Gold Classic receives record support
Participation in this year’s Phil Ford Golf Classic Gala is at an all-time high, with tickets for the event that starts Friday being sold out...

Randolph Childress joins Wake Forest Staff
Former Demon Deacon All-American basketball player Randolph Childress is easily one of the most memorable Wake Forest athletes of all time. His cross-over of former...

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