Found February 08, 2012 on
Harrison Barnes thinks his height advantage will prove decisive when North Carolina meets Duke on Wednesday night.
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I have been saying this since last season. Now we have proof. The N&O’s Andrew Carter delves into one of the more amazing aspects of Kendall Marshall’s game, his court vision with a surprising nugget. Marshall actually has poor vision.
People who watch Kendall Marshall play basketball talk a lot about his vision, and how good it is, but in reality it has become worse over...
Kendall Marshall is studying tape of former North Carolina point guard Ty Lawson.
Previewing the Blue Devils and Tar Heels who tip off tonight in Chapel Hill. The game will be broadcast on ESPN beginning shortly after 9:00 PM EST.
North Carolina looks to rebound from Monday's 40-point loss at Duke when the Tar Heels visit Miami Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at BankUnited Center. Carolina enters the contest 17-6 on the year and 7-3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference after a 96-56 loss to the Blue Devils in Durham. Miami is 20-3 and 9-1 in the ACC following a 68-47 win over Clemson on Sunday. UNC is ranked No...
North Carolina junior Dexter Strickland has had surgery to repair a knee injury that will sideline him the rest of the season. Strickland had reconstructive surgery Thursday on his torn right anterior cruciate ligament as well as damaged meniscus. Strickland was hurt on a drive to the basket in the Tar Heels' win at Virginia Tech on Jan.
After facing North Carolina on Sunday, the Terps and Tar Heels meet again on Friday at 7 p.m. in Chapel Hill.
Shenise Johnson scored 19 points and Riquna Williams added 17 to lead No. 6 Miami to a 61-37 win over No. 22 North Carolina on Wednesday night. Stefanie Yderstrom chipped in 10 points for the Hurricanes, who won their 38th straight home game. The 38-game home streak is the third-longest active streak in the nation.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Action photos from the Tar Heels' 85-84 loss to the Blue Devils.
For the 233rd time, it's Duke vs. North Carolina. Can the fifth-ranked Tar Heels stay hot or will the No. 10 Blue Devils avoid consecutive losses for the first time in three years? Follow along.