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Name:Brice Johnson
Hometown:Orangeburg, SC
High School:Edisto
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:June 27, 1994 (24)
Height/Weight:6-9, 228
Position:Power Forward
Notes:Basketball
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Brice Johnson Released By The Charlotte Hornets
The homecoming for Brice Johnson lasted just two days. The former UNC All-American has been released by the Charlotte Hornets after the second mini-camp practice...

His NBA chances dwindling, ex-UNC star Brice Johnson only wants 1 thing from Hornets
Opportunity. It's Brice Johnson's go-to mantra at this point in his NBA career, and if you walk a few thousand miles (from Los Angeles to...

Eight Tar Heels Named to NBA Summer League Rosters
The NBA summer leagues tip off Tuesday, July 2nd and there will plenty of Tar Heels for fans to keep an eye on. Teams have...

Brice Johnson Invited to Charlotte Hornets Minicamp
The Charlotte Hornets announced Friday the 19-man roster for the team’s mini-camp beginning July 2 in advance of the 2018 NBA Summer League. The team’s...

Video: Brice Johnson's Signature Performance at Florida State
Brice Johnson put together the signature performance of his UNC career in January 2016 when he erupted for 39 points and 23 rebounds in a...

Chansky’s Notebook: Four In A Row?
Seeing Brice Johnson, Marcus Paige, Kennedy Meeks, Isaiah Hicks, Joel Berry and Theo Pinson all playing pick-up in the Smith Center reminds us of one...

Roy Williams Excited for 2018-19 Season
Roy Williams has a flood of former players arriving in town for camp week, including Marvin Williams, Tyler Hansbrough, John Henson, Harrison Barnes, Tyler Zeller,...

Brice Johnson Waived by Memphis Grizzlies
Brice Johnson was waived by the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday in order to make room for MarShon Brooks' 10-day contract. Johnson was traded to the...

Carolina Family Reunites in Charlotte
Three former Tar Heel players were on the court for the 140-79 shellacking the Charlotte Hornets put on the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night ---...

It's the end of an era in Chapel Hill
Theo Pinson's and Joel Berry's legacies will live in the Smith Center rafters. On one end is the 2017 national championship banner. On the other...


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