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Phil Ford News & Bio


Name:Phil Ford
Hometown:Rocky Mount, NC
High School:Rocky Mount
Born:February 9, 1956 (63)
Height/Weight:6-2, 171
Position:Guard
Notes:UNC Retired Jersey No. 12; 2x First-Team All-American; 1978 ACC POY; 1976 Olympic Gold Medalist;
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Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Michigan): Tommy LaGarde
Tommy LaGarde was a blue-collar player for Dean Smith at North Carolina from 1973-77. He played alongside highly acclaimed players such as Phil Ford and...

Coby White a Finalist for National Freshman of the Year
The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has selected four finalists for the Wayman Tisdale Freshman of the Year Award and UNC's Coby White is on the...

Phil Ford excited about UNC’s chances
Phil Ford, who led UNC to the national championship game in 1977 and was the No. 2 selection in the 1978 NBA Draft, was at...

Chansky’s Notebook: Developing Greatness
Think of freshman point guard Phil Ford, selfless shooting guard John Kuester, talented wing Walter Davis and versatile big man Mitch Kupchak. That was a...

Video: Coby White - The Next Elite UNC Point Guard
Coby White is the next elite UNC point guard. White has led the Tar Heels in scoring 10 times this season and he's the first...

Photos: Tar Heels in the Crowd at Cameron
The television cameras might not have noticed, but there were some big-name former Tar Heels behind the North Carolina bench to watch UNC beat No...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. Virginia
Virginia shot 55 percent from three (11-for-20). It’s difficult to overcome the methodical Cavaliers offense in any game, especially given that field goal percentage. Tar...

Audio: Phil Ford - We were actually looking to score with the four corners
North Carolina point guard legend Phil Ford joins 99.9 The Fan's Adam Gold and Joe Ovies to talk about the Four Corners offense, how it...

Brandon Robinson Leaping Forward, As Grind Paying Off
Brandon Robinson is no Michael Jordan, Tyler Hansbrough, Phil Ford or Vince Carter, but he does have something in common with those guys that helped...

Sam Perkins To Enter Collegiate Basketball Hall Of Fame Sunday
Three-time All-America Sam Perkins, a standout on some of Dean Smith's greatest teams at North Carolina, will be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall...


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