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(Credit: Yahoo Sports)As we all know North Carolina basketball will be part of this year’s Maui Invitational, but what you might not know is that the Tar Heels will be playing on a court that will resemble the aloha state before the team makes the flight to the 50th state. Just before head coach Roy Williams and his squad head to play in the tournament they will stop in California to play against Long Beach State, and there they will play on the wild looking court that is shown above.
Not too sure how I feel about this court, but one thing is certain, the squad will not play on a wilder looking court this season (or maybe ever), and that alone makes this whole thing intriguing or weird or both. To be noted I am not a fan of courts that have lines for other sports, like this one has for volleyball, but that is another story for another day. As most that follow North Carolina basketball know coach Williams has never been a fan of the “NCAA” signs placed on the basketball courts during...
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As you know when you come check out the information about North Carolina basketball on this site you will find news about the present team and players as well as news about the former Tar Heels now playing at the next level, be it in the NBA or elsewhere. As such I found this small tid bit about a former Carolina player who was part of head coach Roy Williams’ first national title…...
I have waited to post about North Carolina basketball being ranked the best program in the past fifty years by ESPN.com mostly cause I did not want to write a homer blog about it, but more because I wanted to find something to work off of what the world leader in sports did. First off I truly liked that this survey of the Top 50 programs was done using a point system and not by some...
With the NCAA investigation in the rear view mirror, UNC, with Larry Fedora look forward to a new season.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Few players on North Carolina’s roster have experienced more twists and turns in their career than A.J. Blue. A healthier and more athletic version of No. 15 looks to find his niche in the Tar Heels' new offense this fall.
CHATHAM, Va. --- For head coach Troy Davis, James Summers conjures up memories of another North Carolina verbal commitment who prepped at Hargrave Military Academy – A.J. Blue.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Bryn Renner sounds ready to lead North Carolina's no-huddle spread offense under new coach Larry Fedora.