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Joel Berry To Work Out For Sacramento Kings

The Sacramento Kings' third pre-draft workout will include a star from the 2017 NCAA champions. North Carolina guard Joel Berry II will work out for the Kings on Friday. Berry averaged 17.1 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists as a senior for the Tar Heels. Berry, along with current King Justin Jackson, were key in leading the Tar Heels to a 2017 national championship.

Video: The Work Ethic of Coby White

A behind-the-scenes look at the impressive work ethic of 2019 North Carolina combo guard signee and McDonald's All-American Coby White. The video includes thoughts from White's coaches, interviews with White, and a look at his workout routine.

Jawad Williams wins another championship

Former UNC national champion Jawad Williams has just won another championship. Williams’ latest title comes as a member of Tokyo Alvark in the Japanese B League. Tokyo Alvark defeated the Chiba Jets Funabashi on Saturday at Yokohama Arena to claim the league title. Williams scored 10 points, helping contribute as Alvark cruised past the Jets 85-60.

Video: Michael Jordan "The Flu Game" - June 11, 1997

Michael Jordan plays Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz while suffering from the Flu. Jordan played 44 minutes, finishing the game with 38 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals and 1 block in a 90-88 win. His performance would go down as one of the most heroic in NBA history in what would forever become known as "The Flu Game."

UNC Basketball Freshmen Choose Jersey Numbers

Rechon Black, Nassir Little, and Coby White will enroll at UNC next week. Rechon "Leaky" Black has always worn No. 1 and that will continue in Chapel Hill. Nassir Little will switch from No. 10 to No. 5 due to No. 10 being Lennie Rosenbluth's retired number. Coby White “couldn't wear No. 0 and Leaky always wore No. 1, so No. 2 was the next lowest number,” he said.

With Luke Maye returning, here's a look at UNC's potential roster for next season

With forward Luke Maye set to return for his senior season, North Carolina currently has 12 players projected to be on scholarship for next season. That means UNC can either sign one more player, or give a scholarship to one of its three walk-ons. Maye's return is good news for the Tar Heels. He is expected to be a focal point in the Tar Heels' offense next season.

Video: Deon Thompson Season Highlights

Highlights of 2009 North Carolina National Champion Deon Thompson playing overseas for San Pablo Burgos in Burgos, Spain. Thompson graduated from UNC having played in 152 career college games, the most of any player in men's college basketball history at the time.

Video: Joel Berry on Justin Jackson and UNC's basketball brotherhood

Joel Berry discusses his connections to the Sacramento Kings after his pre-draft workout with the team Friday, May 25. Berry played with Kings rookie Justin Jackson on the Tar Heels’ 2017 NCAA Championship team.

Video: Isaiah Hicks NBA & G-League Rookie Season Highlights

Former North Carolina forward and 2017 National Champion Isaiah Hicks just completed his rookie season as a professional basketball player. Here are his highlights with the NBA's New York Knicks and their G-League affiliate Westchester Knicks.

Video: Theo Pinson Relives Monster Dunk vs. Duke

Former UNC forward Theo Pinson had some memorable moments during his four years in Chapel Hill, but none were perhaps as iconic has his massive two-hand slam against Duke in the Tar Heels' win at home this season. Hear Pinson describe what he saw during the play and why he says it was likely the best dunk of his career.


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