WINSTON-SALEM — The No. 8 North Carolina men’s basketball team bounced back from a loss against No. 4 Virginia Monday night with a 95-57 win over Wake Forest at Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem.
It’s halftime at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, and the No. 8 North Carolina men’s basketball team is dominating Wake Forest, 49-21. Defense has been the story of the first half for the Tar Heels, who held the Demon Deacons scoreless for nearly the first seven minutes of game time.
Monday night, the North Carolina men’s basketball team lost to Virginia, 69-61, in the Smith Center. With less than eight minutes to play, UNC held a lead as large as seven points. The Cavaliers finished the game on a 21-6 scoring stretch, as UNC’s offense completely stalled down the stretch.
The Tar Heels lost their seven-win streak in men's basketball against No. 3 Virginia.
No. 4 Virginia took down the No. 8 North Carolina men's basketball team in the Smith Center, 69-61, on Monday night.
It’s halftime at the Smith Center, and the No. 4 Virginia men’s basketball team leads No. 8 North Carolina, 36-29. Virginia sophomore De’Andre Hunter leads all scorers with 10 points.
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