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Nassir Little reportedly headed to Suns in three-team deal that sends Lillard to Bucks

The long-awaiting Portland Trail Blazers trade of Damian Lillard has finally happened as part of a reported three-team megadeal that will send former UNC forward to the Phoenix Suns. The Bucks won the sweepstakes to get Lillard, who requested a trade on the second day of free agency and will now play alongside Giannis Antetokounmpo. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - ACC Basketball Schedule Reactions

On Tuesday, the ACC released UNC's 2023-24 conference basketball schedule. The Tar Heels will play a 20-game ACC schedule with home games only against Louisville, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest; and home-and-home series with Duke, NC State, Clemson, FSU, Miami, and Syracuse. Isaac Schade and Pac Kilby break it down. (View Video)

Video: On The Beat Podcast - Good Time UNC Football's Open Date, ACC Basketball Schedule Released

Jeremiah Holloway, Evan Rogers, Adam Smith, and Tommy Ashley of Inside Carolina dig into UNC Football's first 4-0 start since 1997. The crew then discusses the newly released ACC Basketball schedule as the Tar Heels now know what they’ll face as UNC's revamped roster looks to bounce back. (View Video)

UNC Basketball, Looking Ahead: Seth Trimble

is a smart player, but has also matured a lot this offseason. He’s stronger, has considerably more knowledge, has worked on his shot, and benefitted a great deal from the summer pickup games with returning pros. That he recognizes his place on a deep and old roster is important, too. A more refined Trimble is an asset for North Carolina. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

UNC Men's Basketball's Six Toughest Games On The 2023-24 ACC Schedule

UNC will have home and road games against Duke, NC State, Clemson, Florida State, Miami, and Syracuse. The Tar Heels also host Louisville, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest at the Smith Center. On the road, UNC will visit Boston College, Georgia Tech, Pitt, and Virginia. Here’s a look at our predictions for UNC’s six toughest ACC games. (Fayetteville Observer)

ACC Releases 2023-24 Men's Basketball Conference Schedule

How will the UNC men's basketball team mesh with four returnees and seven newcomers? ' squad will get tough tests, starting in late November as the Tar Heels play at least seven — and potentially nine — games against teams in ESPN’s way-too-early Top 25. The ACC released the 2023-24 UNC Men's Basketball schedule Tuesday night. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Lucas: Men's Basketball Schedule Rapid Reaction

The three road ACC games immediately starting in January will get plenty of attention, and it will be a challenge for the Tar Heels to travel to Pitt and Clemson--two teams that play a very rugged style--back to back. But it's also worth remembering that it's likely students won't be on campus for those two games, which provides a certain advantage for UNC. (

Roy Williams speaks at event in Virginia

Former UNC basketball coach was in Hampton Roads at the annual Norfolk Forum from Chrysler Hall telling some basketball stories, but also about working as a team and finding a role model. "You have to find mentors", he told the audience. "Somebody who's good in any field. Fortunately for me I had my high school coach and ." (13 News Now)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - UNC's Top-15 Frontcourt/Backcourt; Caleb Wilson Schedules Visit

The Almanac included ranked UNC’s frontcourt as No. 7 nationally, while the backcourt is ranked 15th. The weird thing is that as a team, the Almanac ranks Carolina 24th. has scheduled a UNC visit for the weekend of Nov. 11, and has cut his list of schools and included the Tar Heels. (View Video)

Video: UNC Basketball Season Preview - Elliot Cadeau

The Inside Carolina basketball season preview for UNC point guard breaks down what success looks like for the 5-star freshman and what Tar Heel fans can expect from him during the upcoming season. Most of the discussion centers on Cadeau's ability to push the pace and create offense for his teammates. (View Video)
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