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J.B. Tanner News & Bio


Name:J.B. Tanner
Hometown:Hendersonville, NC
High School:West Henderson
Born:May 2, 1987 (32)
Height/Weight:6-0, 185
Position:Guard
Notes:Basketball

J.B. Tanner promoted to Elon assistant men's basketball coach
J.B. Tanner, who has spent four years as Elon’s director of basketball operations, has been elevated to assistant coaching duties alongside Jack Wooten and Chris...

Three to know: UNC-Greensboro at North Carolina
Former UNC point guard Wes Miller brings in a UNC-Greensboro team that’s facing the Tar Heels for the first time. He brings along fellow former...

Tar Heels Welcome UNCG, Wes Miller
On Saturday, the Tar Heels will welcome home former letterman Wes Miller (UNC '07), now in his second full season as the head coach at...

J.B. Tanner now in his third Final Four
Getting to the Final Four is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most college players and coaches, but it's something that former West Henderson High boys basketball...

2009 Champs Graduate in Chapel Hill
Tyler Hansbrough, Danny Green and Bobby Frasor were among seven UNC senior men's basketball players who capped their national championship season by taking part in...

UNC walk-ons get homecoming
Movies may never be made about J.B. Tanner, Patrick Moody and their careers as walk-ons with the North Carolina basketball team. But did “Rudy” get...

Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson Named Co-MVPs
All-Americas Tyler Hansbrough and Ty Lawson were named co-Most Valuable Players and Bobby Frasor was named the team's best defensive player at UNC's end-of-season awards...

Tuesday Talking Points
Through seven games, Carolina's average halftime lead is 47-28. This year's walk-ons--Patrick Moody, J.B. Tanner, Jack Wooten and Marc Campbell--have 36 combined points in seven...

It’s not about numbers for Moody and Tanner
The season statistics for University of North Carolina basketball players Patrick Moody (25 minutes, three points) and J.B. Tanner (21 minutes, 12 points) add up...

North Carolina has little trouble vs. S.C. State
For the second time in 48 hours, five North Carolina walk-ons played the last few minutes of a Tar Heels victory. When virtual unknowns Surry...


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