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6 min ago | BleacherReport
Two of the most famous and successful programs in NCAA basketball history face off this weekend in a matchup of Top 20 teams.
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6 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
North Carolina's Leslie McDonald, left, and P.J. Hairston have not played this season, waiting on clearance from the NCAA after they were implicated in extra benefits cases.
9 hrs ago | The News Journal
Kids jumped in moonbounces behind one of the baskets as the 87ers hosted the Idaho Stampede at the Bob Carpenter Center.
13 hrs ago | University of North Carolina
Michigan State and Louisville are, by the measure of any ranking system in the country, two of the best teams in America.
James Michael McAdoo hasn't looked like the same player he was at times earlier in his North Carolina career, but he showed glimpses of returning to that form last weekend against UNC Greensboro.
The picks that the so-called experts - myself included - make are educated and generally well-researched, but they're still guess.
The opening eight games of James Michael McAdoo's junior campaign haven't played out as well as anyone hoped or expected, although no one around the North Carolina basketball program, at least not publicly, seems overly concerned.
The 2013-14 college basketball season was supposed to be the time when the ACC would return to its spot as the top conference in the country.
North Carolina forward James Michael McAdoo had 13 points, seven rebounds and three steals as the Tar Heels raced past UNC Greensboro for their second consecutive victory.
4 Aquille Carr Guard, 5-6, 148 Princeton Day Academy A diminutive, 20-year-old point guard with electric moves and a breathtaking handle whose YouTube videos have racked up millions of views.
For once, though, there was no drama for the Tar Heels on Saturday – just a decisive, dominating victory at the Smith Center.
How did North Carolina beat both the defending national champions and the No. 1 team in the country, while also losing two games against teams from lower-echelon conferences - all in a 17-day span? Don't ask their coach.
Before the season began, many people believed that this race was going to be won by Kansas' Andrew Wiggins.