What Can UMass Learn From 2nd Half vs. Eastern Michigan?

Chaz Williams

Going on the road as a ranked team is never easy in college basketball. The newly-ranked Massachusetts Minutemen faced that challenge for the first time in a long time when they went on the road to take on (5-1) Eastern […]

How Will P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald Being Out Impact North Carolina?

P.J. Hairston

The college basketball season is finally here, but for North Carolina, two of their starters will have to wait a little longer to get their first game action of the regular season. Both P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald have not […]

North Carolina: Depth Will Lead to Success

North Carolina

North Carolina is going to be starting the season in unfamiliar territory this year as they will start out the year ranked outside the top-10.  The main question to start the year all Carolina fans have is how long will […]

How Will Being Forced To Hold Three Players Out of Exhibition Affect North Carolina?

P.J. Hairston

North Carolina is set to take on the University of North Carolina Pembroke in their first exhibition game tonight. P.J. Hairston, Leslie McDonald, and J.P. Tokoto will all be held out of the scrimmage for the Tar Heels. Tokoto, who sat […]

James Michael McAdoo Set to Have Breakout Season For North Carolina

James Michael McAdoo

James Michael McAdoo has turned down the NBA twice to return to Chapel Hill. He is now ready to rebound from his disappointing season a year ago and have a breakout junior season for North Carolina. As a freshman, McAdoo […]

Roy Williams Active, Offers Multiple 2015 Recruits

Roy Williams

Roy Williams went on an offer spree Tuesday night as he handed out three scholarships to three different players who are part of the 2015 recruiting class. It is always good to get a head start on recruiting the talented […]

James Michael McAdoo Needs to Step Up and Lead North Carolina

James Michael McAdoo

James Michael McAdoo was supposed to be the star player on a young North Carolina team last season, but as a sophomore he didn’t live up to the expectations. He was the third best player for the Tar Heels last […]

Leslie McDonald Needs to Embrace Being a Senior

Leslie McDonald

Leslie McDonald has been a role player his whole career at North Carolina. He has succeeded in almost every role Roy Williams has put him in, but this season he will be in the biggest role of his career. With […]

J.P. Tokoto Will Have a Chance to Prove Himself Early in the Season

J.P. Tokoto

With P.J. Hairston suspended indefinitely, a starting spot at the wing is opened up. Sophomore guard J.P. Tokoto will have a chance to prove himself early in the season and earn himself that starting spot on North Carolina. Tokoto is an […]

Without P.J. Hairston, UNC Will Struggle to Contend in the ACC

P.J. Hairston

Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame will all join the ACC this season and make it the toughest conference in America, hands down. That means that if you want to compete for a conference championship, you are going to need your best […]

Jahlil Okafor Smartly Taking His Time On Decision

Jahlil Okafor

The top-rated player in most peoples’ eyes in the 2014 class is Jahlil Okafor. Now that the July signing period is over and we still don’t know which one of the eight schools Okafor has narrowed his list down to, […]

Like Everyone Else, Top 2014 Recruit Trey Lyles Wishes North Carolina Recruited Him

Roy Williams

Trey Lyles is near the end of the process in deciding what school he will be going to for the 2014-15 season, but he realized something was missing. Lyles, a top-10 recruit who is a 6-foot-10 power forward, has narrowed […]