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Name:Bob McAdoo
Hometown:Greensboro, NC
High School:Smith
Born:September 25, 1951 (67)
Height/Weight:6-9, 210
Position:C/F
Notes:Basketball
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Podcast: Bobby Jones, A Hall-Of-Fame Story
As Bobby Jones enters the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, learn more about his career and life on this long-form edition of The BroadCast,...

The Path That Led UNC's Kenny Williams to a Unique College Experience
Kenny Williams grew up a huge Tar Heel fan, a team that featured players who went on to be NBA greats, like Michael Jordan, James...

Bob McAdoo on Accepting Bench Role to Win NBA Title
Bob McAdoo is still a scout with the Miami Heat, so he is precluded by NBA rules from discussing Carmelo Anthony or his situation. But...

The L.A. Lakers and their North Carolina connections
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has ties to North Carolina besides his recent speaking engagement in Greensboro. His mother was born in Anson County, and he said the...

UNC adds two players, including son of Bob McAdoo, to basketball roster
North Carolina has added two new players to its 2018-19 basketball roster. Ryan McAdoo, a Florida Gulf Coast transfer, and Caleb Ellis, a former JV...

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 31-40
40. Bob McAdoo (1971-72, C, 6-9, Greensboro, N.C.) Despite only staying in Chapel Hill for one season (after arriving as a junior from Vincennes Junior...

Tar Heels Today: Berry's kind gesture, Hollins heads to the Super Bowl, recruiting notes, & more
Joel Berry makes a young fan's day, Roy Williams does not make a scheduled recruiting trip, Chase Rice performs for NHL fans, Wayne Ellington is...

The best recruiting pitches in college basketball
North Carolina: "The ceiling is the roof." Bob McAdoo and Phil Ford established the Tar Heel brand but what makes the program so unique is...

A brief history of Tar Heels in the NBA Finals
One of James Worthy’s teammates on the 1985 championship-winning Lakers was related to this year’s lone UNC representative. Bob McAdoo won two titles as a...

Six Tar Heels make ESPN's top 100 NBA players
ESPN ranked the 100 top NBA players of all time and six North Carolina players made the list. #1 - Michael Jordan (UNC: 1981–1984), #43...


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