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Video: Carolina Basketball - Official 2015-16 Season Highlights

From Annapolis to Houston, relive all the moments that will make you laugh, cry and smile during the unforgettable 2015-16 UNC men's basketball season.

Wayne Ellington wins PBWA’s 2015-16 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award

Guard Wayne Ellington of the Brooklyn Nets has won the 2015-16 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award as selected by the Professional Basketball Writers Association. The honor, named after the NBA’s second commissioner, is presented annually by the PBWA to the player, coach or athletic trainer who shows outstanding service and dedication to the community.

Video and Images: Marcus Paige on Barnstorming tour

As it turned out that would not be Paige's last chance to play in front of his home state crowd. The ACC Barnstorming tour which features top senior talent from the league made the trip to Paige's hometown of Marion, Iowa.

Johnson, Paige Claim Top Honors At UNC Awards Ceremony

Senior forward Brice Johnson won the Dean Smith Most Valuable Player Award and senior guard Marcus Paige became the first Tar Heel men’s basketball player to earn defensive player-of-the-year honors four times as the University of North Carolina celebrated its Final Four season at the end-of-year awards ceremony Tuesday evening at the Carolina Inn.

National perspective on UNC amended allegations focused on basketball

UNC released the NCAA's amended notice of allegations on Monday, jump-starting a case that has been stalled in procedural limbo since August. Given how consistent the NCAA is in their inconsistency, this only makes it more difficult to predict possible punishment based on precedent. Regardless, national pundits did their best to interpret the release of amended allegations.

ACC Barnstorming Tour Invades Avery County

Only in the framework of a traveling tour would basketball fans have an opportunity to see big-time collegiate basketball players, such as North Carolina’s Marcus Paige and Joel James. It’s also the only spot to see local N.C. State legend Tommy Burleson assist as a coach with the Avery squad, only to meet on the opposite bench his former NBA teammate and Tar Heels legend Phil Ford.

Roy Williams supports Hornets, UNC alums

Roy Williams is a leading member of the Carolina basketball family so it was no surprise to see him in attendance Monday as the Charlotte Hornets took on the Miami Heat in game four of the Eastern Conference playoff series. Williams was there to support three UNC alums who are part of the Hornets organization: Marvin Williams, Tyler Hansbrough, and Michael Jordan.

Catfishing the Banner Chasers

In the course of just over two weeks, an anonymous person tweeting from a brand new, unverified Twitter account, worked his way into the inner circle of those at the center of trying to bring UNC down based on little more than an apparent knowledge of NCAA bylaws and speaking the language a certain group of rabid fans wanted to hear.

Video: Draft Profile - QB Marquise Williams

North Carolina signal caller Marquise Williams patterns his game after Panther quarterback Cam Newton and demonstrated his skills and leadership in front of NFL scouts at the Tar Heels' Pro Day.

UNC conspiracy theories in NCAA case may be fun, but they're all wrong

The most popular theory regarding this delay is that UNC conveniently discovered additional violations so that the case could be delayed beyond the point where a very good Tar Heels team would be forced to miss the 2016 NCAA Tournament. This is ridiculous.

Hornets’ Marvin Williams outworked his 2-game shooting slump

Nic Batum is the Charlotte Hornets’ most versatile player. Kemba Walker is the Hornets’ most spectacular player. But if you graded this Hornets team 1 through 15 on a consistency scale, everyone else would line up behind Marvin Williams. From the start of training camp, Williams was the player in the best shape.

Roy Williams like 'a dad' to Tar Heels' Paige

Marcus Paige said Roy Williams helped him grow not only as a basketball player but as a man. And when Paige went through a horrible shooting slump during the season, his coach's confidence in him never wavered. “When I was struggling, he told me he still had all the confidence in the world in me and no matter how many shots I missed he was still going to believe in me.”

Danny Green Biggest X-Factor in Spurs' Hunt for 6th Title

Danny Green played so well the four seasons prior to 2015-16 (10.2 points per game, 42.3% on three-pointers) that many considered the 4-year/$40M extension he signed with San Antonio last July a hometown discount. The starting shooting guard’s play this season has a similar number of people confused wondering what caused his precipitous drop-off in production.

NBA Champ James McAdoo Shows Determination Through Basketball Journey

For the second consecutive year, the Golden State Warriors have become the team to beat in the NBA. Forward James Michael McAdoo also known as J-MacK, says a big reason is because of the way the team gels outside of basketball.

Paige, Johnson lead ACC All-Stars over Crossfire

Just a few weeks removed from a heartbreaking loss in the NCAA Championship to Villanova, North Carolina players Marcus Paige, Brice Johnson and Joel James put on quite a show Saturday in the 24th annual ACC All-Stars-Crossfire Game at UNC Asheville's Kimmel Arena. Paige was draining 3s and Johnson was scoring to the roar of the sold-out crowd.

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(3) North Carolina14-433-7
(4) Virginia13-529-8
(10) Miami13-527-8
(16) Louisville12-623-8
Notre Dame11-724-11
(19) Duke11-725-11
Virginia Tech10-820-15
Georgia Tech8-1021-15
Florida State8-1020-14
NC State5-1316-17
Wake Forest2-1611-20
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