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Video: UNC Post-FSU Locker Room Celebration
It was definitely a team win for North Carolina vs Florida State but some big plays by Theo Pinson made this one extra special. Watch coach Roy Williams "Welcome back, Theo!" in the postgame locker room celebration.
ESPN analyst has NBA comparison for Joel Berry II
North Carolina point guard Joel Berry II is one of the nation’s top college players. And ESPN analyst Jay Williams thinks he has an NBA comparison as well.Talking on College Basketball Live, Williams compared Berry to a player who has certainly made the most of his ability at the next level.
Luke Maye Muscles Up
Luke Maye scored just 2 points in the No. 11 Tar Heels’ 96-83 victory over Florida State, but he also grabbed 15 rebounds, fighting off taller, larger, and in many cases, more experienced Seminoles. But he got the job done on an afternoon his team needed him to step up. “He was huge for us, and he’s one of the smartest guys I’ve ever coached,” Roy Williams said.
Video: Roy Williams Watches Matthew Hurt
Roy Williams was on the recruiting trail in Rochester, Minnesota to watch 2019 small forward Matthew Hurt on Saturday night, just hours after leading his Tar Heels to a 96-83 victory over No. 9 Florida State. Hurt scored 39 point and grabbed 11 rebounds.
Roy Williams' once-in-a-career all-guard lineup works for UNC in win vs. FSU
With 2:57 left in the first half, all three of Roy Williams' available big men had two fouls. With Tony Bradley on the bench with a concussion, the Hall of Fame coach made a decision he'd never made before in his career: play an all guard lineup. Joel Berry, Theo Pinson, Brandon Robinson, Nate Britt and Justin Jackson took the floor as Williams' smallest lineup ever.
Roy Williams Post-Wake Forest Quotes
Did you have any issue with the contact when Tony Bradley fell? Roy Williams: “No. I didn’t really see it clearly, but I didn’t have any conflict with Danny [Manning]. Danny Manning is one of the greatest players and people I’ve ever been around in my life. He helped me a great deal when I was at Kansas. I really didn’t have any qualm around the call.”
Video: Rechon Black Highlights from Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions
Highlights from 2018 North Carolina point guard commit Rechon Black (Concord, NC/Montverde Academy) at the recent Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions. Video courtesy of Courtside Films.
Video: Roy Williams Post-Florida State Press Conference
North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams speaks with the media following the Tar Heels' 96-83 win over No. 9 Florida State on Saturday in Chapel Hill.
Sterling Manley nominated for 2017 McDonald’s All-American Game
A pair of central Ohio big men have been nominated to take part in the 2017 McDonald’s All-American Game. Westerville South’s Kaleb Wesson and Pickerington Central’s Sterling Manley are both on the list of nominees for the annual game, which will take place March 29 in Chicago. Wesson has signed to play for Ohio State next season and Manley with North Carolina.
On a night when the Tar Heels need him, Kennedy Meeks comes through
After Wednesday night’s 93-87 win at Wake Forest, the talk about Kennedy Meeks in Tar Heels circles should be unequivocal. On a weird night that saw the No. 11 Tar Heels (15-3 overall, 3-1 ACC) nearly blow a 19-point lead and get perilously thin along the front line, Meeks was a sturdy constant, making big plays down the stretch in a gutsy road win.