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Name:Jimmy Black
Hometown:The Bronx, NY
High School:Cardinal Hayes
Born:November 20, 1960 (58)
Height/Weight:6-3
Position:Guard
Notes:Basketball

The 25 Greatest Games in UNC Basketball History: No. 2 - The 1982 National Championship Game
The 1981-82 North Carolina Tar Heels played like the best team in the nation all season. James Worthy made the leap to superstar, and sophomore...

The 25 Greatest Games in UNC Basketball History: No. 16 - Jordan steals and slams Virginia in 1983
The 1983 season began with the Cavaliers ranked No. 1. The Terry Holland-coached squad was led by Ralph Sampson, Rick Carlisle, Othell Wilson, and Craig...

Video: Joel Berry, Kenny Williams Reenact Jordan's Game-Winner
In the video, North Carolina junior Kenny Williams played Jimmy Black and found senior Joel Berry who did his best Michael Jordan impression. Check out...

Audio: David Glenn Chats With Jimmy Black, Jan. 25
David Glenn recently caught up with former UNC point guard Jimmy Black on Glenn’s afternoon radio show. Among the topics they discussed: the UNC-NC State...

David Glenn Chats With Jimmy Black
David Glenn recently caught up with former UNC player Jimmy Black. Among the topics they discussed: N.C. State and UNC not always playing each other...

Point play propels Pack, Heels
Ty Lawson’s leadership could take the Heels where point guards Jimmy Black, Derrick Phelps, and Raymond Felton took them previously – to the game’s pinnacle...

Two title teams to be honored today
Jimmy Black and his teammates from North Carolina's 1982 NCAA championship men's basketball team have returned to town, along with the surviving members of UNC's...

Jimmy Black Book Signing in Raleigh tonight at 7 p.m.
Former UNC point guard Jimmy Black will appear at the Raleigh Barnes and Noble at Brier Creek Commons (8431 Brier Creek Parkway -- 919 484...

SportsNation Speaks: 1982 UNC best ever
ESPN Classic and ESPN.com's SportsNation teamed up to determine which team would win the ultimate college hoops tournament. Over 1.25 million voters contributed to the...



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