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Irish host top-ranked Tar Heels in need of another signature win

Looking to bounce back from losing two of its last three games, Notre Dame welcomes No. 1 North Carolina to Purcell Pavilion on Saturday night. Notre Dame (15-7, 6-4 ACC) is coming off a 79-70 loss on the road to Miami on Wednesday and thus will be trying to avoid its first back-to-back losses since March 2014. (Notre Dame Observer)

Rasheed Wallace drives truck with cases of water to Flint, Michigan

Former NBA star Rasheed Wallace drove a truck filled with cases of water from North Carolina to Flint, Michigan on Thursday night, according to UNC's basketball program. Wallace played for the Tar Heels from 1993 to 1995. Wallace is one of many stars donating and assisting the federal state of emergency with the water conditions in Flint. (Sports Illustrated)

UNC's 11-win season resonates on signing day

This time a year ago, football coaches at North Carolina were selling hope. After an 11-3 season, a massive defensive turnaround and an ACC Coastal Division title, the Tar Heels have something concrete to pitch to recruits. The effects of that upswing already could be felt on Wednesday, national signing day for college football. (Greensboro News & Record)

Tyler Zeller focused on staying in Celtics rotation

From Day One starter, to reserve, to seldom-used backup, to situational player logging several weeks of DNP-CDs (did not play-coaches decision). There isn’t a single role that Tyler Zeller hasn’t experienced being in this season for the Boston Celtics. That’s in part why he is cautiously optimistic about his play of late. (CSN New England)

Harrison Barnes Q&A: Warriors' death lineup, success of small ball and more

Harrison Barnes isn’t the first guy you think of when it comes to the success of the Golden State Warriors, who are well on their way to becoming one of the best NBA teams of all time. That’s Stephen Curry, of course. Barnes probably isn’t the second, third, or fourth guy, either. But just because his contributions aren’t well known doesn’t mean they’re not important. (Sports Illustrated)

Midseason Review: Justin Jackson

Sophomore forward Justin Jackson (6-8, 193) started the season with a bang and looked to assert himself as one of the leading scorers for UNC. Since then his production has not been quite as consistent but the sophomore has quietly had a solid season. Season Stats: 12.0 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 3.0 APG, 47.4 FG%, 20.6 3PT%, 61.8 FT% (Carolina Blue)

Video: Remembering Dean Smith One Year After His Passing

Dean Smith's legacy not only includes his accomplishments on the basketball court, but also encapsulate the love, loyalty and family atmosphere of the UNC basketball program. On the one-year anniversary of Coach Smith's passing, Roy Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and Jim Boeheim reflect on the lasting impact left by Dean Smith. (View Video...)

Brice Johnson named a finalist for power forward of the year

UNC senior Brice Johnson has been named a finalist for power forward of the year. Johnson has started every game for UNC this season and is averaging 16.7 points, and 10.2 rebounds per game. He is shooting 62% from the field and 79% from the free throw line. The honor, named the Karl Malone Award, is presented by the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. (Carolina Blue)

Midseason Review: Joel Berry II

Winning the job in the offseason, Joel Berry came into the season as UNC's starting point guard. Given an opportunity to shine with the injury to Marcus Paige, Berry played well running the team without their senior leader at the helm. With Paige back in the lineup, Berry thrived. He is now the second leading scorer for Carolina and a solidified starter. (Carolina Blue)

Midseason Review: Kennedy Meeks

Meeks began the season with an even slimmer figure and it paid off during the first stretch of the season, as Meeks consistently provided solid production in most of the first nine games. The junior then missed the next seven games with a knee injury. In the six games since Meeks' return he has only scored in double figures once and has been outperformed by fellow forward Brice Johnson. (Carolina Blue)

Boston Celtics notes: Jae Crowder calls Tyler Zeller 'the best professional I ever saw'

With a smile on his face, Tyler Zeller sat in front of his locker and joked he isn't used to reporters crowding around him. After a breakout season last year, when he started for a playoff team, the center has collected dust in the dungeon of forgotten 7-footers. (MassLive.com)

Warriors' Harrison Barnes Creates NYC Treasure Hunt for Fans

Part-time game-winning shooter, part-time...treasure hunt-creating Riddler? While the Warriors have fully embarked upon a much larger-scale quest of their own, Harrison Barnes has endeavored to keep Dub Nation in on the action. (Bleacher Report)

ACC's long and winding road affecting Triangle trio

Since Roy Williams took the North Carolina job 13 years ago, the Tar Heels have won an impressive 67 road games, while losing just 36. That’s a winning percentage of .650, which gives Williams the second best road winning percentage in ACC history. Yet Monday’s game at Louisville will not go down as one of Carolina’s great road efforts. (WRAL Sports Fan)

Roy Williams Live: Hubert Davis Offers Shooting Advice

North Carolina assistant coach Hubert Davis shared his perspective on the team's recent shooting struggles and detailed his advice to the players during the "Roy Williams Live" radio show on Tuesday night. I’ve talked to all of them,” said Davis, who was filling in for Williams. “I told them I had slumps like that all throughout my career when I was playing.” (Inside Carolina)

UNC needs improved guard play to bounce back from Louisville Loss

North Carolina had a difficult time getting the ball in the basket again on Monday night, but this time it was different. It couldn’t afford that type of performance against a talented Cardinals squad in a hostile environment. Most notably, UNC wasn’t going to steal that type of win without quality guard play. And on Monday, there were more questions than answers in the backcourt in the 71-65 road loss. (Today's U)

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Last Game:
North Carolina: 76
Notre Dame: 80
Sat, Feb 6 Box Score

Upcoming Games:
UNC @ Boston College
Tue, Feb 9 8:00 ET ACCN Tickets

UNC vs. Pittsburgh
Sun, Feb 14 1:00 ET ACCN Tickets

UNC vs. Duke
Wed, Feb 17 9:00 ET ESPN Tickets

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Louisville36
at Duke44
13:55 IN 2ND
Notre Dame0
at Clemson0
9:00 PM ET
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ACC Basketball Standings
TeamACCOverall
(9) North Carolina8-219-4
(13) Louisville8-219-4
(7) Virginia8-319-4
(12) Miami7-318-4
Notre Dame7-416-7
Clemson7-414-9
Pittsburgh6-417-5
Duke6-417-6
Florida State6-516-7
Syracuse6-516-8
Virginia Tech5-613-11
Georgia Tech2-812-11
NC State2-912-12
Wake Forest1-1010-13
Boston College0-107-16


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