Luke Maye News & Bio

Name:Luke Maye
Hometown:Huntersville, NC
High School:Hough
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:March 7, 1997 (23)
Height/Weight:6-8, 240
Position:Power Forward
Pro Team:Wisconsin Herd (NBAGL)
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Video: "In The Moment" with Luke Maye
Taylor Vippolis debuts a new series called “In The Moment” for Inside Carolina where he re-lives some of the most memorable moments in UNC history...

Book Excerpt: Luke Maye's Shot
Sophomore Luke Maye came into the Sweet 16 averaging 5.8 points in less than 14 minutes per game, but had 16 points and a dozen...

Garrison Brooks' Game Climbing Toward Select Company
Over the last month, North Carolina forward Garrison Brooks has been compared by teammates or media to Luke Maye, Brice Johnson, and Tyler Hansbrough. That’s...

Video: Luke Maye Scores 25 For Wisconsin Herd On His Birthday
Former North Carolina forward Luke Maye had a birthday to remember on Saturday, scoring 25 points for the Milwaukee Bucks G-League affiliate Wisconsin Herd in...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. NC State
There was question about Garrison Brooks’ ability to play after the illness he had suffered and the eight pounds he lost as a result. It’s...

Basketball Alums Attend UNC's Game vs. Virginia
Former Tar Heel forward and current G-League player Luke Maye was honored during UNC's game vs. Virginia on Saturday. He was joined in the Smith...

UNC Basketball Looks To Bounce Back vs. Virginia Saturday Night - Pregame Notes
North Carolina returns to the Smith Center on Saturday at 8 p.m. when it hosts Virginia. ESPN will televise the game. UNC is recognizing Willie...

Garrison Brooks Lifts UNC to Victory at NC State
Recent years have seen the Tar Heels find great success against the Wolfpack at PNC Arena by pounding the ball inside and letting their big...

Lucas: Family In Town
They tried to just watch. But Luke Maye, Kenny Williams, and David Noel couldn't help themselves. They'd spent too much time in the Smith Center,...

Tar Heels in the NBA, G-League and International Leagues Update
One month into the season, 14 former North Carolina players are on NBA rosters, and from Coby White's 3-point explosions to ageless wonder Vince Carter,...

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