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ACC Announces UNC Basketball’s Conference Opponents For 2024-25 Season

With the ACC going to 18 schools next season, adding Cal, SMU and Stanford, each team will only play home-and-home with three teams in men’s basketball under the 20-game schedule and play every other team once. Two teams UNC will play twice are Duke and N.C. State. The third team will be Pittsburgh. UNC will host Cal, SMU and Stanford next season. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Three Tar Heels in ESPN's 2025 NBA Mock Draft

ESPN revealed its first 2025 NBA Mock draft, and analyst Jonathan Givony has three UNC players getting selected. Incoming 5-star recruit is first off the board, going No. 10 overall to the Utah Jazz. Fellow 5-star goes No. 19 to the Indiana Pacers, while freshman goes in the second round, No. 35, to the Spurs. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Shooting It Straight with Justin Jackson - UNC Basketball Looking For Consistency

Former ACC Player of the Year discusses UNC's win over Miami, ’ legendary 42-point performance against the Hurricanes, need for more offensive consistency from the rest of the Tar Heels roster, and more. At the end of the show, Justin talks about signing a 10-day contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves. (View Video)

Chansky’s Notebook: The Crowd Clock

UNC can take the lead in court-storming. The ACC is the only Power 6 conference that has not set a policy for court-storming to celebrate big wins at home. So, it must be in the hands of each member institution to do so. UNC has a great opportunity to make a plan that will solve the potential problem after big home wins over Duke or any other opponent. (Chapelboro.com)

Video: Locked On Tar Heels - What does offensive balance look like for UNC? Handling court storming?

Should we be concerned that ’ 42-point performance was accompanied by no other Tar Heels in double-figures? Does offensive balance have to be sharing the scoring load evenly each game? Next, court storming has been in the news a lot this season. What does a coach think about them? Coach Rob answers that question. (View Video)

Lucas: 100

Here we are, 100 games into the coaching era, and the Tar Heels are right where they have always been—at the top of the ACC and a national contender. Maybe there are other coaches more accomplished. Although, there are only 15 coaches on the Naismith Award's watch list for National Coach of the Year, and one of those is . (GoHeels.com)

How UNC can earn No. 1 seed at ACC tournament without winning at Duke

The ACC regular-season title could still come down to No. 9 UNC’s visit to No. 10 Duke on March 9, but some scenarios would allow the Tar Heels to clinch the No. 1 seed in the ACC tournament without winning that game. But that got more challenging after Wake Forest lost at Notre Dame on Tuesday. UNC has already clinched no worse than the No. 2 seed. (Tar Heel Tribune)

Podcast: Hubert Davis Show - Virginia and Miami Recaps, NC State Preview, Fan Questions

North Carolina head men's basketball coach joins of the Tar Heel Sports Network on Wednesday night to talk about UNC's most recent victories over Virginia and Miami, preview Saturday afternoon's matchup against the NC State Wolfpack in Chapel Hill, answer Tar Heel fans' questions, and much more. (Listen To Podcast)

UNC men's basketball's theme song "Get Back" captures attitude of the team

YTB Fatt’s song "Get Back" encapsulates the attitude of the No. 9 UNC basketball team this season. It is the team's theme song for the season and acts as motivation for the Tar Heels. According to , it was queued up during a weight room session one day. The team listened, and the lyrics resonated. All of them had something to prove. (Daily Tar Heel)

Video: "Bleav in Heels Hoops" Podcast - Pete Chilcutt Joins To Discuss UNC vs. Miami

Former North Carolina and NBA forward joins hosts Desmond Johnson and R.L. Bynum to discuss where the Tar Heels stand as they head into the last three basketball games of the regular season following a closer-than-expected victory against the Miami Hurricanes on Monday night to remain atop the ACC standings. (View Video)
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