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Ademola Okulaja News & Bio


Name:Ademola Okulaja
Hometown:Berlin, DE
High School:Kennedy
Born:July 10, 1975 (44)
Height/Weight:6-9, 235
Position:Forward
Notes:Basketball

UNC vs. Pittsburgh Postgame Notes
Luke Maye became the 29th Tar Heel with 700 or more career rebounds (704). He is one of just three Tar Heels ever (Ademola Okulaja,...

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 61-70
70. Ademola Okulaja (1995-1999, SF/PF, Berlin, Germany) After losing Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter, and Shammond Williams following the 1998 season, senior Okulaja stepped up in...

Video: UNC 107, Georgia Tech 100 (2 OT) - Feb. 8, 1998
Shammond Williams scores 42 points in 107-100 double overtime win at Georgia Tech. Plus some vintage Ed Cota, Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison, Brendan Haywood, and...

UNC-Boston College Quick Takes
With his 22 points, Justin Jackson passed Raymond Felton (1260), Ed Cota (1261), Bobby Jones (1264), and Vince Carter (1267) to move into 46th place...

UNC-Miami Postgame Notes
The 25-point margin of victory is Carolina’s largest against a Top 25 team in the Associated Press poll since beating #13 Michigan State, 98-63 (35...

Ademola Okulaja: Tar Heel, entrepreneur, cancer survivor living up to ‘Warrior’ nickname
Former Tar Heel basketball player Ademola Okulaja developed the nickname “The Warrior” because of his tough spirit, his determination to go after the ball and...

Video: Ademola Okulaja knocks off Virginia
Ademola Okulaja hits a game-winning three-pointer with 1.4 seconds left in UNC's 67-66 win at Virginia on February 20, 1999...

Lucas: How 0-3 Happened
Let's just get this out of the way: Vince Carter, Antawn Jamison and Ed Cota are not on this year's Carolina team. Neither are Ademola...

Compilation: Dean Smith Retirement Memories
Fifteen years ago today, Dean Smith announced his retirement and shocked the Carolina fan base. He had just piloted the 1996-97 squad from 0-3 in...

Video: 1998 #2 UNC beats #1 Duke
The No. 2-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels knock off the #1 Duke Blue Devils 97-73 in Chapel Hill on Feburary 5, 1998. Tar Heel players...


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