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Tyler Hansbrough: The Pacers Solution at Power Forward
With Tyler Hansbrough, his biggest intangible is his combination of relentlessness, mental toughness, and physicality. Throughout the years we’ve seen a lot of “intangibles” guys...

Where do the bucks stop for Brendan Haywood?
Depending on how you classify players like Amar'e Stoudemire, Brendan Haywood is likely the top center in this free agent class. He's a skilled defender...

David Glenn Chats With Jerry Stackhouse
David Glenn recently caught up with former UNC basketball standout Jerry Stackhouse on Glenn’s afternoon radio show, to talk about all things basketball. Among the...

Atlanta Hawks shopping Marvin Williams
Atlanta is shopping small forward Marvin Williams, who regressed a little after a promising 2008-09 season. The Golden State Warriors have already contacted the Hawks...

Pistons in contact with Haywood; Felton interested in Detroit
Raymond Felton’s agent told the Free Press this afternoon that he plans to contact the Pistons later today to gauge the franchise’s interest in the...

NBA Free-Agent Watch: Position Ranks
Point Guard: 1. Raymond Felton, Bobcats. Felton will be the first financial test of the new ownership group in Charlotte. Center: 2. Brendan Haywood, Mavericks...

No. 1 draft pick on hand for opening night of NC-Pro Am
At the NC-Pro AM opening night on Thursday night, one of the biggest highlights happened on the sideline. No. 1 draft pick John Wall was...

Felton likely out in Charlotte
With the luxury tax projected to kick in around $68-69 million -- and with Jordan stating publicly he won't exceed it -- Felton's future in...

Cavaliers extend qualifying offer to Jawad Williams
According to Brian Windhorst of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cleveland Cavaliers have given a qualifying offer to free agent forward Jawad Williams, making him...

Bobcats sign Marcus Ginyard for summer league
The Charlotte Bobcats announced their summer league roster Wednesday, among the list former Tar Heel Marcus Ginyard. He'll join five other college players undrafted in...

Ed Davis possibly to start in NBA
The Toronto Raptors selected the former UNC power forward with the 13th pick in the 2010 NBA Draft on June 24. And with...

Europe is an option for 2 former Heels
Ed Davis isn’t the only former Tar Heel that may need a passport. After being selected by the Toronto Raptors as the 13th pick in...

Laettner's mom was not a fan of Duke
UNC fans, get ready for this, because your entire worldview is about to explode. Christian Laettner was almost a Tar Heel. Sure, Laettner always wanted...

Jeff Lebo ready to rebuild East Carolina
Jeff Lebo understands the obstacles. Playing college basketball at North Carolina and working as an assistant at South Carolina gave him familiarity with this area...

Catching up with Clifford Rozier
Clifford Rozier is 37 now, essentially broke and on heavy medication for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. He is a recovering crack addict who spent five...

Toronto Columnist: Ed Davis will help possibly Bosh-less Raptors
As hints go, it was a sharp elbow to the ribs of Raptors fans: Faced with the possibility of the impending free-agent exit of Chris...

Jordan brothers at UCF
Another son of Michael Jordan appears headed to play for Central Florida. Jeffrey Jordan posted on his Twitter account that he was off to UCF,...

Camp for the cure
To kids at the Eric Montross Father’s Day Basketball Camp, Eric Montross is just an extremely tall guy. To their dads, he’s a UNC National...

Bobcats' Wallace hopes Felton, Brown return
Gerald Wallace doesn't want to see a lot of changes for the Charlotte Bobcats this off-season. Raymond Felton? He wants the impending free-agent point guard...

Ed Davis Goes 13th To Toronto
Sophomore Ed Davis became the 40th first-round pick in UNC history when the Toronto Raptors chose him with the 13th overall pick in the 2010...

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