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McGuire’s Miracle Documentary

The 60th anniversary documentary of "McGuire's Miracle" is centered around the events and characters that fueled one of the most storied collegiate sports seasons ever - that of the undefeated 1957 UNC men’s National Champion basketball team. This original documentary film will chronicle the story of the men who coached and played when Tar Heel basketball came of age.

2017 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Tip Times and TV Schedule

North Carolina survived a scare in Sunday's NCAA Round of 32 against Arkansas in Greenville, S.C., but the Tar Heels advanced and will face Butler in the Sweet 16 on Friday, March 24 in Memphis at 7:09 p.m. on CBS. Here is the complete schedule for the Sweet 16 matchups including tip times and TV networks.

Tip Times and TV Schedule for Saturday, Sunday NCAA Tournament Games

North Carolina will face Arkansas in the second round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament on Sunday, March 19 at 6:10 p.m. in Greenville, South Carolina. The game will be televised on TNT. Here is the complete schedule with tip times and channels for all of Saturday's and Sunday's NCAA Tournament games.

UNC basketball commit Coby White named NC Gatorade player of the year

Greenfield School’s Coby White is the 2016-17 N.C. Gatorade boys basketball player of the year. White, a 6-foot-5 junior point guard, committed to UNC. Last season, he led Greenfield School to an N.C. Independent Schools’ 1A semifinal appearance and averaged 31 points per game. He was a 1A all-state pick and is ranked No. 33 in the recruiting class of 2018 by ESPN.

Video: Joel Berry Injury Update Before UNC-Arkansas NCAA Game

UNC guard Joel Berry injured his ankle in an NCAA 1st round win and did not practice prior to a 2nd round matchup with Arkansas. Roy Williams says he is hopeful Berry can play against the Razorbacks and Berry says he feels pretty good right now.

UNC’s Joel Berry enlists cupping therapy to speed recovery

Joel Berry raised his right leg Saturday in the UNC locker room to reveal an assortment of red circles, the remnants of cupping therapy, a recovery method that helps to alleviate pain and promote blood flow. The ankle injury he suffered during the Tar Heels’ opener in the NCAA Tournament has received continual treatment ahead of Sunday’s matchup with Arkansas.

After dreams of stardom, how UNC’s Nate Britt found peace with himself and his role

Nate Britt imagined what everyone else imagines when they’re being recruited by Roy Williams and North Carolina. Britt imagined a starting role, and stardom, and years of highlights and basketball heroism. He saw those things when he dreamed. Isn’t that the common fantasy for a high school kid headed to Chapel Hill?

Finally healthy, Seventh Woods finding groove in freshman season

Seventh Woods is starting to find his comfort level at the right time. The former Hammond standout is at a better place both physically and mentally as he nears the end of his freshman season for UNC. Woods is coming off the bench for the Tar Heels, who are the top seed in the South Region and face Arkansas in the second round of the NCAA tournament Sunday.

Video: Roy Williams 1-On-1 After UNC Win vs. Arkansas In NCAA Tournament

Roy Williams spoke to ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel after UNC defeated Arkansas to advance to the Sweet 16. Williams goes through the Tar Heels' 12-0 run to end the game and explains how that experience should really help them going forward.

Isaiah Hicks ends quiet game with thunderous surge

It had been a quiet game for Isaiah Hicks, but he wasn’t about to let his North Carolina career end quietly. The senior from Oxford scored six of his nine points in the last 2:16, beginning with a thunderous dunk off of a Justin Jackson pass, to help the No. 1 seed Tar Heels escape with a 72–65 over Arkansas on Sunday. Now the Tar Heels face Butler on Friday.


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