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K.J. Smith News & Bio


Name:K.J. Smith
Hometown:Thousand Oaks, CA
High School:IMG Academy
Born:June 26, 1996 (24)
Height/Weight:6-2, 170
Position:Point Guard
Notes:Basketball
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UNC Basketball Position Preview: Blue Steel
There’s one group left in our North Carolina Basketball season preview. This group is usually an afterthought on game day, but everyone is always excited...

UNC Basketball Announces Jersey Numbers For 2020-21
UNC's 2020-21 basketball roster includes 4 seniors (Garrison Brooks, Walker Miller, Andrew Platek and K.J. Smith), 3 juniors (Sterling Manley, Ryan McAdoo and Leaky Black),...

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - UNC vs. Louisville
North Carolina trailed by as many as 24 points on the way to a 72-55 loss at Louisville. UNC has now lost seven games in...

Jeremiah Francis Out For Saturday's Game vs. Clemson
UNC freshman guard Jeremiah Francis will not play in today's game vs. Clemson due to soreness in his left knee. He will be further evaluated...

Changing of the Guard
North Carolina freshman point guard Jeremiah Francis continued his emergence through four games following a two-year absence due to left knee injuries, taking over for...

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...

Chansky’s Notebook: The Jet’s Recovery
If UNC reserve point guard K.J. Smith starts again in Anthony’s place on Wednesday night at second-ranked Gonzaga, it would bring back one of the...

K.J.Smith, UNC's Reserves Stay Ready
K.J. Smith never thought it would come like this or here, in the famed facility that fostered the basketball careers of Michael Jordan, James Worthy,...

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...

Video: UNC Players Post-Wofford Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina fell short, 68-64 against Wofford on Sunday at Carmichael Arena. The Tar Heels led 36-32 at halftime, but a 16-0 Terriers’ run gave...


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