Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball.
Roy Williams Shares Passion for Golf with U.S. Senior Amateur Competitors
When Roy Williams
ventures to Durham, it's usually for a game against Duke or dinner at Bullock’s Bar-B-Cue. But on Thursday, UNC's hall-of-fame basketball coach came as guest speaker for the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship players’ reception at Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club. If there’s anything Williams loves more than basketball, it's golf. (USGA
Video: Previewing "All Access: A Season With Carolina Basketball"
Preview the upcoming ACC Network feature "All Access: A Season With Carolina Basketball", which will air in October 2019 and provide North Carolina fans with a behind-the-scenes look and unprecedented access to the Tar Heels basketball program.
Carolina Insider Podcast: Former UNC AD Dick Baddour, ACC Network launches, and More
Former UNC AD Dick Baddour joins Jones Angell and Adam Lucas to receive his Poddy for "Best Interview" in 2017, tell the story of when Dean Smith
met Andy Griffith
, give his thoughts on Mack Brown
's return, and explain where the best doughnuts in North Carolina reside. Plus, the ACC Network launches, and beer and wine will be sold in Kenan Stadium. (GoHeels.com
Video: UNC Basketball Players Take On The 12-Minute Run
North Carolina basketball players lined up for the dreaded 12-minute run on Thursday at 6:30 AM. The annual preseason conditioning test is a challenge to see how many laps around the track each player can run in 12 minutes. Players must complete 6.5 laps to pass the test and be eligible to start.
Video: Roy Williams ACC Network Kickoff Show Interview
North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams
helps with Thursday night's launch of the ACC Network with an interview during which he discusses closing in on Dean Smith
's win record, adjusting to the ACC's new 20-game conference schedule, Cole Anthony
's role on the team, and more.
Video: House Hunting With Theo Pinson
Now that Theo Pinson
is a member of the Brooklyn Nets, he needs a place to call home. In this episode of "Summer in the City", produced by the Nets organization, Pinson goes apartment hunting in New York and talks about his journey to the NBA.
After Major Departures, UNC's Spring Push Has Restocked Tar Heels' Basketball Roster
Neither Cole Anthony
nor Armando Bacot
will likely be around long in Chapel Hill, but they’re both well-rounded, college-ready additions who will be key to North Carolina’s ceiling. Anthony will take the reins as UNC's new floor general. Roy Williams
had stated that the incoming five-star is potentially the most complete guard that he’s ever recruited. (Sports Illustrated
Brice Johnson to host Saturday Hoop-a-Thon in Chapel Hill for Teen Cancer America
North Carolina's Brice Johnson
will compete against Duke yet again. Johnson will host day one of the Teen Cancer America Hoop-a-Thon on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Smith Center practice facility. The former All-American forward will compete against former Duke guard Nolan Smith, who will host day two of the event Sunday at Cameron Indoor Stadium. (Daily Tar Heel
Justin Jackson helps kids kick off the school year
The Dallas Mavericks are focused on success. They want to make the postseason and contend for a title. The Mavs also take pride in doing work in their community. As has been an annual tradition, Justin Jackson
and J.J. Barea took the initiative on Monday as they helped kick off the year for students from Dade Middle School in Dallas. (The Smoking Cuban
Harrison Barnes never wavered in committing to Team USA
While a slew of players have dropped out of contention for USA Basketball’s quest for the gold at the 2019 FIBA World Cup, Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes
has never doubted his commitment to Team USA. The 27-year-old is among the oldest players in a very young roster, and the only one with Olympic or international experience at the senior level. (Clutch Points