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Sage Surratt has a big decision to make

As talented as he is in basketball, Sage Surratt said his best college scholarship offers have come in football, and he committed to play for Harvard last October. He has since re-opened his recruitment and narrowed his choices to Duke, Harvard, North Carolina and Wake Forest. Surratt said he has spoken to North Carolina coaches about possibly also playing basketball in Chapel Hill.

Roy Williams on the 'sensational' Dean Dome crowd

When asked about Theo Pinson's big dunk late in the second half, UNC head coach Roy Williams said the play was huge for getting the crowd excited. He then through in a comment about the crowd in the Dean Dome for Saturday's game against No. 9 Florida State.

Syracuse brings improved team to North Carolina

Perhaps the biggest reason Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim thought that this year’s Orange team would be elite was the team’s projected depth. But after starting 8-6 and 0-1 in the ACC — with that loss coming by 15 points to Boston College — the Orange are 3-1 in their last four (all league games), with perhaps the biggest reason being that Syracuse cut its lineup down to six or seven players.

NBC Sports Players of the Week: Justin Jackson and Joel Berry

It’s almost too difficult to separate the contributions of Joel Berry II and Justin Jackson. Berry is the guy that makes everything easier for No. 11 North Carolina offensively. Jackson has turned into the sharpshooter and the closer that the Tar Heels have lacked the last two seasons. And the two of them have essentially taken turns making the big shots for UNC.

Syracuse Visits North Carolina Monday Night

Carolina hosts Syracuse on Monday, 1/16, at 7 p.m. at the Dean E. Smith Center (ESPN). Syracuse is 11-7 overall, 3-2 in ACC play The Orange beat Boston College, 76-53 on 1/14, and has won three of its last four games. UNC coach Roy Williams has 799 wins. A win over Syracuse would make Williams the ninth Division I coach with 800 career victories.

Clippers' Brice Johnson scrimmages with team during practice Friday

Brice Johnson took part in a scrimmage with the Los Angeles Clippers during practice Friday. For the first time since training camp, Johnson was cleared to take contact during five-on-five work, an encouraging sign as he attempts to return from a herniated disc in his back. The Clippers haven't handed down a specific timetable for Johnson's return.

UNC Basketball Jumps to No. 9 in AP Top 25

The UNC men’s basketball team slipped out of the top 10 in the rankings for two weeks after losing its ACC opener. Since then, however, the Tar Heels have rattled off four straight wins–including an electrifying home victory over then-No.9 Florida State on Saturday. As a result, UNC found itself taking the Seminoles’ spot at No. 9 in this week’s AP Top 25.

Tar Heels gain confidence; Orange looking for some

A Final Four rematch might not look all that attractive on the surface, but players for No. 11 North Carolina know this is no time to back off. The Tar Heels picked up a notable victory during the weekend prior to a home matchup with Syracuse on Monday at the Smith Center. Coming off a 96-83 conquest of Florida State puts the Tar Heels in good shape in the ACC.

Sporting News midseason All-Americans

Second Team: Joel Berry, North Carolina, Junior guard None of the traditional stats quite captures Berry’s value to the Tar Heels. Because his greatest value is in being available to do whatever is required. He scored 31 in a tough OT victory at Clemson. He made four 3-pointers in a blowout of Oklahoma State.

Kings’ Ty Lawson regains his shooting touch

Ty Lawson has found his groove. In his last 10 games entering the Kings’ meeting with Oklahoma City on Sunday at Golden 1 Center, Lawson was averaging 12.1 points, raising his season average to 8.7. In five games in January, Lawson was shooting 52.0 percent and averaging 14.4 points.


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