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Here are three players who, for various reasons, could be X-factors for the No. 3 Tar Heels in the ACC Tournament.
UNC men's basketball has won 15 conference games, including the 9-0 record on the road. Going into the last game of the season, UNC is ranked No. 3 and has a good chance in the NCAA Tournament.
North Carolina will have its second matchup of the season against Duke on Saturday. But will UNC be up against the same squad it defeated the first time around?
North Carolina men's basketball assistant coach Steve Robinson was selected to the A STEP UP Assistant Coaches Hall of Fame Tuesday afternoon.
Here's our non-comprehensive list of players to keep an eye on during the ACC and NCAA tournaments.
These are the five teams that could make some noise in the 2019 ACC Tournament, including last year's champion, Virginia.
Whether they’re led by an out-of-this-world guard, boast impressive wins or dominated a lower ranked conference, you’ll need to keep a lookout for these five teams come Selection Sunday.
Take a look back at last year's ACC Tournament semifinal game, which UNC won, 74-69.
"I don’t know if UNC will get to the Final Four. But I like to think I make a pretty compelling argument in offering you my reasons why I think it could happen."
No. 3 North Carolina closed out a perfect ACC road record with a 79-66 victory over Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Mass., Tuesday night.
A lot of games stand out, but the game where Gerald Henderson elbowed Tyler Hansbrough’s nose will never be forgotten.
“For him to play like that, to not play like a freshman, I think it says a lot to his game,” senior guard Kenny Williams said. “He’s a big time player, and I think he’s showing that every single night.”
UNC men's basketball pulls ahead of Clemson 81-79 thanks to the help of senior players.
“The whole University of North Carolina community should be really thankful that Steve Robinson is with us,” Roy Williams said. “We’re thrilled and I’m going to let him talk, and I’m going to get the crap out of here.”
CLEMSON, S.C. — Without its head coach, No. 5 North Carolina overcame a six-point second-half deficit and won 81-79 over Clemson at Littlejohn Coliseum Saturday evening.
At the under-12 timeout, UNC’s answer to every question was a Coby White three. The first-year poured in 14 of North Carolina’s 19 points in the first 7:46, keeping the Tar Heels within one at 20-19.