Bones McKinney Basketball News & Bio

Name:Bones McKinney
Hometown:Durham, NC
High School:Durham
Born:January 1, 1919
Died:May 16, 1997
Height/Weight:6-6, 185
Related:Red Hughes | Roger Scholbe | Bob Paxton | Taylor Thorne
Bones McKinney

Billy Packer's lesser-known legacy: Broadcaster was pioneer in helping recruit Black players to ACC
Upon graduating from Wake Forest, Billy Packer became an assistant coach, first under legendary head coach Bones McKinney and later under Jack Murdock and Jack...

ACC basketball documentary brings back fond memories
There were the legendary coaches, like Everett Case, who came from Indiana to NC State, and was instrumental in creating the tournament (1954)...and Frank McGuire,...

Podcast: Authoring the Complete History of Carolina Basketball
“The Tar Heels” is the first and only book that tells the complete story of the Tar Heel basketball program beginning in 1911. How did...

Dean Smith, Bones McKinney, Vic Bubas helped put ACC basketball on the map
Bones McKinney, among a handful of military veterans who played basketball for the Wolfpack and Tar Heels straddling World War II, became Wake’s head coach...

The story of UNC’s first NBA player
The first former UNC player to play in a professional basketball league was George Glamack. After his career in Chapel Hill, Glamack played several years...

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