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Name:Quentin Thomas
Hometown:Oakland, CA
High School:Oakland Technical
Born:February 28, 1986 (33)
Height/Weight:6-3, 185
Position:Point Guard
Notes:Basketball
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Video: UNC Men's Basketball Scrimmage Highlights From Late Night With Roy
North Carolina basketball fans were treated to their first look at the 2019-20 Tar Heel men's basketball team on Friday night at Late Night With...

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Football Is 2-0, Incredible Atmosphere In Kenan, Quentin Thomas
North Carolina Football moved to 2-0 for the first time since 2014 and we break down the win over Miami and the incredible atmosphere in...

Lucas: Winning Here
The Tigers have been beaten here by almost everything. They've been beaten while having just four players on the court for the final minutes, they've...

Photo: UNC basketball family in the Dean Dome
On Wednesday, members of the Carolina basketball family were in Chapel Hill to help work UNC's basketball camp and take part in the annual player-alumni...

Ivan Rabb Visits Carolina, Duke, Georgetown; More Trips Planned
Prior to visiting Duke, Ivan Rabb spent nearly five hours at North Carolina Monday and met with former Oakland Tech star Quentin Thomas, a 6-3...

Tar Heels trusting Nate Britt's lead, ready or not
For the fourth time in Roy Williams’ UNC tenure, he’ll entrust a freshman starter at point guard when the Heels open the season against Oakland...

Blue Blood TV - Quentin Thomas Interview (video)
Quentin Thomas takes us behind the blue to tell us more about himself and his love for the city of Chapel Hill...

Video: 2006-07 UNC Basketball Highlights
Highlight video of UNC Basketball's 2006-2007 ACC Championship and Elite 8 season featuring Tyler Hansbrough, Danny Green, Bobby Frasor, Marcus Ginyard, Wayne Ellington, Ty Lawson,...

Carolina’s Greatest Players Of The ACC Era: 60-51
In ’82, senior leader Black, had one of the sneakily-best passing seasons in Carolina history. Since 1980, it ranks as the 7th-best UNC season in...

Basketball and Rhymes: Former Tar Heels, current rappers
Chapel Hill has produced some of the greatest names in basketball history; Coach Dean Smith, Michael Jordan and James Worthy just to name a few...


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