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Name:Christian Keeling
Hometown:Augusta, GA
High School:Laney
Born:June 1, 1998 (21)
Height/Weight:6-3, 180
Position:Shooting Guard
Notes:Basketball

Video: UNC Players Post-Georgia Tech Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina Basketball’s two game winning streak came to a halt as the Tar Heels lost 96-83 to Georgia Tech on Saturday night in the...

Video: Tar Heels Fall To No. 2 Gonzaga, 94-81 - Highlights
View highlights of North Carolina's 94-81 loss to No. 2 Gonzaga on Wednesday night in Spokane, Washington. Garrison Brooks led the Tar Heels with 16...

No. 2 Gonzaga Rolls Past North Carolina, 94-81
No. 2 Gonzaga’s offense was too much for a UNC squad missing leading scorer Cole Anthony as the Bulldogs shot 59.3 percent in handing the...

What's Next For UNC With Cole Anthony Sidelined?
The obvious change is where shots go, as Cole Anthony accounted for a third of UNC's shots when he was on the court. Surprisingly, neither...

Injuries Force New Players into New Roles for North Carolina
UNC's injury woes are forcing new players into new positions and requiring production from those yet to prove they can produce. Ready or not, they've...

Is Christian Keeling UNC Basketball's X-Factor?
Christian Keeling is now four games into his UNC basketball career, and one could say it's been a rocky start for the Charleston Southern grad...

Roy Williams Live: Justin Pierce Adapting
Justin Pierce is both a veteran and a newbie. He is second on the team in career points and games played behind Christian Keeling, but...

UNC basketball transfers look to turn the corner
This season is an all-or-nothing situation for grad transfers Christian Keeling and Justin Pierce with the UNC basketball team. Having used all but one year...

Christian Keeling Close to Putting it All Together for Tar Heels
Leaky Black could see his new teammate Christian Keeling pressing as his North Carolina career got off to a slow start. “Every game, after every...

Video: UNC Players Post-Gardner-Webb Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina survived a sluggish performance and Gardner-Webb’s tenacity with a 77-61 victory on Friday night at the Smith Center. The Tar Heels led by...


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