Cameron Johnson News & Bio

Name:Cameron Johnson
Hometown:Moon Township, PA
High School:Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Born:March 3, 1996 (22)
Height/Weight:6-9, 210
Position:Shooting Guard
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Chansky’s Notebook: The Other Shoe?
The Tar Heels ran circles around the bewildered Blue Devils who were unable to play the game half as well as seniors Luke Maye and...

A look back: UNC shows it’s more than just a perimeter team
So much for the theory that UNC is just a jump-shooting team that can’t win without 3-pointers. In the Tar Heels’ worst 3-point shooting game...

After Dominating Duke, UNC Is Firmly Back in the ACC Race
North Carolina defeated Duke the way it wasn't supposed to, and it did it convincingly. During a year in which Roy Williams has expertly deployed...

Video: North Carolina 88, Duke 72 - Highlights
The No. 8 Tar Heels went on the road and got a convincing win over their rivals, the No. 1 Blue Devils, 88-72. Luke Maye...

“This is the dream”: How Cameron Johnson helped lead UNC’s takedown of No. 1 Duke
The national anthem blared in front of a sea of royal blue. Cameron Johnson stood in Cameron Indoor Stadium, thinking. He leaned over to tell...

‘A win for the old school’
With seniors Luke Maye and Cameron Johnson performing the heaviest lifting and UNC producing around the basket to a dominating degree, this became a victory...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. Duke
How sublime that in a year when all anyone can talk about is Duke’s freshmen, it was UNC’s senior leadership that won this game. Luke...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - Carolina 88, Duke 72
How in the world did North Carolina just do that? It was a decisive 88-72 victory in which UNC never trailed. Sometimes, it helps to...

Video: UNC Players Post-Duke Locker Room Interviews
No. 8 North Carolina took advantage of No. 1 Duke losing one of its best players early in cruising to an 88-72 victory over the...

No. 8 UNC Takes Advantage in 88-72 Blowout Victory Over No. 1 Duke
After Duke freshman Zion Williamson left with a knee injury about 30 seconds into the game Wednesday at Cameron Indoor Stadium, the eighth-ranked Tar Heels...

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