He's coming home.
He's coming home.
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In Carmichael Arena on Sunday, Woody Durham, who died at 76 last month, couldn’t speak for himself. So instead, others spoke for him.
Berry left the North Carolina basketball program a better institution than it was when he arrived. His entire body of work should make him unforgettable.
The era of Theo Pinson and Joel Berry II is over, but that just means there's more room for newcomers and underclassmen to step up.
CHARLOTTE — The second seeded North Carolina men’s basketball team had no answers for forward Robert Williams or center Tyler Davis.
CHARLOTTE — When Joel Berry II and Theo Pinson checked out of Sunday night’s game, they did so together, just like they’ve done so many other times. Together for a national championship loss, and for a national championship win. Together for their senior night speeches, and for the Instagram videos of them dancing to Migos. And now, together for one last time as members of the North Carolina men’s basketball team.
CHARLOTTE — Kenny Williams hadn’t played in an NCAA tournament game for 713 days. Before tipoff against No. 15 seed Lipscomb on Friday afternoon, he’d last checked in for one meager minute during the North Carolina men’s basketball team’s win over Syracuse in the 2016 Final Four on April 2. He took no shots that night.
CHARLOTTE — Just make it tough on him. That was the mindset of the guards and wings of the North Carolina men’s basketball team as they scouted Garrison Mathews. And in an 84-66 win over Lipscomb in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, that’s exactly what they did.
CHARLOTTE — They hail from a private Christian college in Nashville with an enrollment of 4,585. They have won eight games in a row, and 12 of their last 13. Their leading scorer is a junior criminal justice major who, along with the rest of his team, loves to play Fortnite: Battle Royale.