WATCH: Kennedy Meeks’ Clutch Performance Pushes UNC Into Sweet Sixteen

UNC forward Kennedy Meeks had one of his most consistent and clutch performances of his career when the Tar Heels needed it most, in a 72-65 win over Arkansas that sent Carolina to the Sweet Sixteen. Jeff Fischel of the ACCDN gets Meeks and his teammates' take on the 16-point, 11-rebound effort that included a clutch basket late.
Via ACC Digital Network
5 days ago

NCAA Tournament: Kennedy Meeks reaches Milestone in UNC win

University of North Carolina Tar Heels senior Kennedy Meeks pulled down a huge rebound in Sunday’s game and it turned out to be a milestone one for his career It wasn’t pretty but the North Carolina Tar Heels found a way to beat Arkansas on Sunday and advance to the Sweet 16. After opening up […] NCAA Tournament: Kennedy Meeks reaches Milestone in UNC win - Keeping It Heel...
Via Keeping It Heel
6 days ago

WATCH: UNC Men's Basketball: Kennedy Meeks pre-NCAA Tournament PC

Senior Kennedy Meeks takes questions from the media before the Tar Heels begin the 2017 NCAA Tournament.

WATCH: UNC's Kennedy Meeks goes Globetrottin' during shoot around

UNC junior big man Kennedy Meeks takes most of his shots close to the rim during games, but apparently he can extend his range during shoot-around.  As the Heels got a feel for NRG Stadium during a quick workout today before tonight’s national semifinal, Meeks stepped beyond the court and drilled a shot from beyond the scorer’s table. In this video, you can’t see Meeks...
Via College Spun
April 02, 2016  |  Discuss

UNC’s Kennedy Meeks Blasts Reporters Who Think He Shouldn’t Start For Tar Heels

North Carolina junior forward Kennedy Meeks, who has started 18 games for the Tar Heels this season, appears to be a bit frustrated with the media this Tuesday morning. Meeks, who helped lead UNC to a 75-70 victory over Syracuse Monday night, took to Twitter to rant about media members who think fellow junior Isaiah Hicks should start in his place. ESPN college basketball analyst...
Via College Spun
March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

UNC F Kennedy Meeks Will Be Out Several Weeks With Bone Bruise

On the same day their Tobacco Road rival ruled one of its starting players out indefinitely with a foot injury, UNC revealed that starting forward Kennedy Meeks will be out at least two weeks with a bone bruise on his left knee.  Oh and now Kennedy Meeks is out for 2 weeks. What an afternoon. — Jeff Fischel (@JeffFischel) December 14, 2015 Meeks is...
Via College Spun
December 14, 2015  |  Discuss

UNC Big Man Kennedy Meeks Will Play Tonight vs. Wisconsin

North Carolina forward Kennedy Meeks, who sprained his left knee late in the Tar Heels’ contest against Arkansas this past Saturday, will be available to play tonight against Wisconsin, the school has announced. Meeks, who was seen dunking at practice yesterday, averages 11.6 points per game and 7.4 rebounds per contest. Kennedy Meeks is available and will play tonight. #UNCBBall...
Via College Spun
March 26, 2015  |  Discuss

North Carolina Basketball: Clemson is in Chapel Hill

Can North Carolina keep Clemson winless in Chapel Hill? The graphic is done by … Samuel Wilking … more of his work can be seen at …  Tar Heel Nation If you follow UNC basketball you know that tonight’s game at the Dean Dome between North Carolina (11-7 & 1-4 in ACC) and Clemson (13-5 & 4-2 in ACC) carries a pretty big streak by the Tar Heels, who have never lost...
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

UNC basketball: The good, the bad, and the ugly

We have seen it all from the Tar Heels this season. After Sunday’s disappointing loss to the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest, the Heels continue to confuse fans everywhere with their unpredictable play. The Tar Heels suffered a 73-67 loss at the hands of Wake Forest in the ACC road opener in Winston-Salem. We have seen ‘the good’ from the Heels this season, as they have defeated...
January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

North Carolina Basketball: The end of the trend?

North Carolina takes care of UNC-Greensboro and now awaits Kentucky The graphic is done by … Samuel Wilking … more of his work can be seen at …  Tar Heel Nation If the game between North Carolina (6-2) and UNC-Greensboro (4-5) could have a title it might just be “the end of the trend”, as UNC took care of business by the score of 81 to 50 in a game where for the most...
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss

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