UNC Basketball

Complete coverage of North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball.

Chansky’s Notebook: The Outfoxing

Now, facing a brutal rescheduled stretch of five games in 10 days, will send his troops back to boot camp to get ready for sneaky-good Wake Forest in Winston-Salem Saturday. If UNC can’t win three straight home dates against Virginia Tech, Boston College, and N.C. State next week, it faces four tougher games the next two weeks. (Chapelboro.com)

Quick Hitters - North Carolina vs. Miami

Not that individual accolades matter after a bad loss to Miami, but notched his eighth straight double-double. He is now tied with Sean May and Mitch Kupchak for the fifth-longest double-double streak in UNC Basketball history. Outside of Bacot, only the freshman duo of and shot better than 50% for the game. (All Tar Heels)

Hubert Davis Seeking Player Leadership

"To be a good team you have to have leadership and there has to be somebody outside of the coaching staff that has a voice in the locker room that is amongst the players that binds us together. I've never seen a good team absent of that," said (Video). " At this moment, we do not have any. And that is something that needs to change." (Inside Carolina)

Miami leaves UNC reeling, searching for answers after worst ACC loss in 10 years

No answers to be found on the court or solutions uncovered afterward for UNC. Miami trampled the Tar Heels 85-57 in ACC basketball Tuesday night in Coral Gables, the blowout marking North Carolina’s worst loss in league play in 10 years, and leaving coach to sort through the devastation of another meltdown away from Chapel Hill. (Burlington Times News)

Lucas: Thirty Days

You saw the game, so you probably don't need this additional observation from courtside: once it became clear that Miami was going to make things difficult defensively for North Carolina and was going to attack offensively, the Tar Heels simply shriveled. They resorted to one-on-one play on offense and on defense they put up very little resistance. (GoHeels.com)

UNC Basketball Searching for Answers

North Carolina is past the halfway point of its season having played four projected NCAA Tournament teams in its first 17 games - Purdue, Kentucky, Tennessee and Miami. It is still searching for a win over an opponent with a March Madness-caliber resume. To make matters worse, the losses to those four teams have come by an average of 20.8 points. (Inside Carolina)

Video: Hubert Davis Post-Miami Press Conference

North Carolina head basketball coach speaks with the media following the Tar Heels' disappointing 85-57 loss to the Miami Hurricanes on Tuesday night in Coral Gables. (View Video)

Box Score: Miami 85, North Carolina 57

View the complete box score from the North Carolina Tar Heels' 85-57 ACC road loss to the Miami Hurricanes on Tuesday night in Coral Gables, Florida. (View Box Score)

Video: IC Postgame Podcast - Tar Heels Exposed Again in Rout

Road games have not been kind to ’ UNC Basketball team. The Tar Heels crushed Georgia Tech three days ago in Chapel Hill only to travel down to Miami and be destroyed by the Hurricanes in a game for first place in the ACC. Former UNC guard and Tommy Ashley of Inside Carolina break down the rout. (View Video)

Lucas: Rapid Reactions - UNC vs. Miami

The game started at 7 p.m., not 9 p.m. The weather was good. That's about it for the good news from Coral Gables, as Miami ran out to a 27-point halftime lead that tied the biggest halftime deficit in North Carolina basketball history and then cruised to an 85-57 win. It's hard to even know where to start with that first 20 minutes. It was a complete demolition. (GoHeels.com)
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Basketball Schedule at a Glance
Last Game:
North Carolina: 57
Miami: 85
Tue, Jan 18 Box Score
Next Game:
UNC vs. Wake Forest
Sat, Jan 22 8:00 ET, Winston-Salem, N.C.
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ACC Basketball Standings
Florida State5-211-5
(6) Duke4-214-3
North Carolina4-212-5
Notre Dame4-211-6
Wake Forest4-314-4
Boston College2-37-8
NC State2-59-9
Virginia Tech1-49-7
Georgia Tech1-57-9

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