Throughout this season, UNC sophomore guard Joel Berry has impressed with his play on the court and dance moves off it. Berry’s signature step is the “Strong Man,” which he does when celebrating. Berry broke out the “Strong Man” in the Heels locker room following last night’s 88-74 Elite Eight victory over Notre Dame. He had good reason to do so: in 34 minutes, Berry...
PHILADELPHIA -- No member of North Carolina's coaching staff has gotten a closer look at Indiana this season than Sean May.
Via Indiana State - Official Site
March 24, 2016
The University of North Carolina announced Tuesday that former basketball player Sean May will be joining the coaching staff for the 2015-2016 season. May, who was the 13th overall pick in the 2005 NBA draft, gets back together with his former head coach in Chapel Hill, Roy Williams. In 2005, North Carolina won their fourth national championship in school history in large part due...
North Carolina announced today that former Tar Heel star Sean May would be joining the coaching staff. May, the Most Outstanding Player on Carolina’s 2005 national championship team, is pumped to be re-uniting with his old head coach, Roy Williams, and he shared this photo of himself on Instagram earlier tonight. “I’ve always been interested in coaching in college...
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) North Carolina is adding former Tar Heels player and Final Four most outstanding player Sean May to its basketball staff as assistant to the director of player development. In a statement from the school, May says he has long been interested in college coaching. He says the job will help him ''get started along that path at the place it all began for me''...
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October 26, 2015 | Discuss
Back in 2005, North Carolina junior Sean May led the Tar Heels to a national title, winning the Most Outstanding Player award in the process. Ten years later, it looks like he’s still celebrating the accomplishment. Wednesday, May posted photos of a custom golf bag he had made in honor of the team’s championship. The bag, made by Vessel Bags, features UNC’s Rameses logo, UNC’s...
North Carolina didn’t reach this year’s Final Four, but at least one former Tar Heels remembers a different time. Former UNC big man Sean May, who was the Most Outstanding Player of the 2005 NCAA Tournament, reminisced a bit today on social media, posting a photo of himself and head coach Roy Williams celebrating their title run. May posted the photo because he turned 31 today...
Sean May will attend mini-camps this month with the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors. May has played internationally since his last NBA stint in 2010 with the Sacramento Kings. May was the 13th overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft.
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