Richmond's Cedrick Lindsay isn't in most conversations about the best guards in the country.
But after a career-best performance against No. 24 North Carolina on Saturday, his name may get a few more mentions.
The senior put up 29 points in an 82-72 loss to the Tar Heels in the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament.
''I thought Ced came into the game confident and aggressive, knowing that he belongs on the court with anybody,'' coach Chris Mooney said. ''He was terrific.''
He just wasn't enough to help Richmond (3-2) overcome two other career days by North Carolina sophomores Marcus Paige and Brice Johnson. Paige scored 26 and Johnson added 24 points to pace the Tar Heels.
''Marcus and Brice certainly gave us something we needed offensively because we've been struggling scoring wise,'' North Carolina coach Roy Williams said. ''We still made mistakes that gave me a lot of more gray hairs down the stretch. But hopef...