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Coby White to UNC: Tar Heels Land 4-Star Guard Prospect

The North Carolina Tar Heels welcomed an early addition to their 2018 basketball recruiting class on Thursday when 4-star combo guard Coby White committed to the program. White, who is a product of Greenfield School in Wilson, NorthShow More Summary

UNC Basketball: Tar Heels Most Likely to Make All-ACC Team

The ACC is going to look a lot different next basketball season with a heavy amount of turnover from the majority of its teams. This could give North Carolina's best players a chance to really shine. Last year's All-ACC teams had an experienced feel to them with nine of the 15 players being seniors. Show More Summary

PGA of America waffles on North Carolina boycott over anti-LGBT law

The PGA of America threatens to move future events out of North Carolina because of its opposition to North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law, but stops short of pulling next year’s PGA Championship out of the Tar Heel State. The PGA of America,...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: 5 Things That Should Worry Tar Heels Fans in 2016-17

Even a great season like last year's featured some setbacks for the North Carolina Tar Heels. While the 2016-17 squad still has plenty of talent, not everything will be perfect. There is certainly a lot to be hopeful for as UNC tries to improve upon its national title game defeat at the hands of Villanova this past year. Show More Summary

Tre Shaw to UNC: Tar Heels Land 4-Star CB Prospect

Tre Shaw, a 4-star cornerback prospect out of Cedar Grove High School in Ellenwood, Georgia, announced his decision to join the North Carolina Tar Heels' recruiting class of 2017 on Monday. Shaw broke the news of his college decision...Show More Summary

Freshman Bradley hopes to provide inside spark for Tar Heels

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Tony Bradley Jr. knows the opportunity awaiting him this fall at North Carolina. The freshman big man will suit up for a fast-paced offense that looks to get the ball inside. And the Tar Heels could use some help...Show More Summary

Freshman Bradley hopes to provide inside spark for Tar Heels

Tony Bradley Jr. knows the opportunity awaiting him this fall at North Carolina        

The Real Cost of North Carolina’s Discriminatory Anti-LGBTQ Law

Post submitted by Allison Turner, HRC Communications Assistant North Carolina’s HB2 is a disaster for LGBTQ North Carolinians, the state’s reputation and its economy. In the less than four months since its passed, the Tar Heel StateShow More Summary

UNC Basketball: Ranking the Best Point Guards in Tar Heels History

North Carolina has featured some of the best basketball players in history at just about every position, but point guard is an especially impressive class. Obviously, the Tar Heels can boast an alumni base that features Michael Jordan, James Worthy, Bob McAdoo, Antawn Jamison, Billy Cunningham and Tyler Hansbrough among others. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: 5 Early Storylines from Tar Heels' 2017 Recruiting Trail

The 2017 recruiting class is a big one for North Carolina, which will have to replace a lot of talent likely departing at the end of this season. Not only are Kennedy Meeks, Isaiah Hicks and Nate Britt set to graduate, players like Justin Jackson, Theo Pinson and Joel Berry are also possibilities to leave early for the NBA. Show More Summary

UNC’s Brice Johnson On Grayson Allen: “He Likes To Trip People”

In anticipation of tonight’s NBA Draft, North Carolina forward Brice Johnson did a feature for The Player’s Tribune about his time playing for the Tar Heels. Johnson also took part in a quick version of the always-fun “First Thing That...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Questions Fans Want Answered Before 2016-17 Season

Thanks to some key players returning to school, there will be plenty of continuity heading into the 2016-17 season for North Carolina. However, that doesn't mean we know everything there is to know about this team. The Tar Heels players will spend the offseason working on their game and preparing to step into different roles. Show More Summary

PPP: North Carolina up for grabs; HB2 unpopular with just one in 10 saying it's helped economically

The latest PPP survey of North Carolina finds voters deadlocked over the state’s political races but still highly disillusioned with the GOP-enacted HB2 law targeting LGBT individuals. By an 11-point margin, Tar Heel voters oppose the...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Bold Predictions for the Tar Heels' 2016-17 Season

After losing some key players from its Final Four run, there is a bit of mystery surrounding North Carolina heading into next season. The Tar Heels are obviously in good shape after returning three starters and six of their top eight scorers, but you never know what will happen when players attempt to step into bigger roles. Show More Summary

LGBTQ Youth: 'Don't Abandon Us in North Carolina'

LGBT people in North Carolina — especially the young — continue to suffer as progressive Americans turn their back on the Tar Heel State.

UNC Basketball: Each Projected Starter's Top Priority in 2016-17

Player roles change all the time, and this will especially be the case for North Carolina's basketball team going into next season. The Tar Heels will return six of their top eight scorers from last year and eight of the 11 men who played more than 100 minutes. Show More Summary

Chicago Bulls: 3 Prospects That Would Fill A Need In The Windy City

VideoPHILADELPHIA, PA - MARCH 27: Demetrius Jackson #11 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish celebrates a three pointer in the first half against the North Carolina Tar Heels during the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament East Regional Final at Wells Fargo Center on March 27, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo [...]

UNC Basketball: Predicting Tar Heels' Stat Leaders for 2016-17 Season

Despite losing a pair of well-established players, North Carolina will head into next season with plenty of veteran talent ready to take the mantle. Most teams would not be able to recover from the loss of Brice Johnson and Marcus Paige. Show More Summary

National Champion Villanova Wildcats Visit President Obama at the White House

The Villanova Wildcats made a trip to the White House on Tuesday on the heels of their dramatic buzzer-beating win over the North Carolina Tar Heels in April's national championship game, and the customary ceremony with President Barack...Show More Summary

NCAA Lacrosse Championship 2016: North Carolina beats Maryland, 14-13, in overtime

North Carolina ends its 24-year championship drought, while Maryland suffers through its 41st year without a title. North Carolina Tar Heels lacrosse finished a clean sweep of national titles over the Maryland Terrapins as the men's team won 14-13 in overtime a day after the women's 13-7 victory. Show More Summary

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