The Tar Heels are dancing their way into the Final Four after a last-second win over Kentucky
Shortly after the line was posted, money started coming in for the Tar Heels
The Tar Heels had a similar experience last year.
Roy Williams and North Carolina are dancing again as the Tar Heels are heading back to the Final Four.
This post has been updated. North Carolina and Kentucky combined to play one of the best games of this year’s NCAA tournament in Sunday’s South Region final, a 75-73 Tar Heels win that featured a game-tying shot by Kentucky’s Malik Monk with 10 seconds to play and the game-winner by Luke Maye with 0.3 seconds remaining. […]
Despite the program putting together a squad of one-and-done players every year, Kentucky freshmen De’Aaron Fox and Bam Adebayo showed after their Elite 8 loss that college ball still means a lot to them. Following Sunday’s heartbreaking 75-73 loss to North Carolina, reporters shoved cameras and microphones in the face of the two teammates. What they […]
North Carolina’s Luke Maye hit a jumper with 0.3 seconds remaining to send the Tar Heels to the Final Four, just moments after Malik Monk drilled a desperation three to tie the game for Kentucky. Above, you can see the play and hear it as called on CBS, Westwood One radio, and on Russian television. It was a finish… Read more...
Motivation from last year's title game loss has Tar Heels focused on winning it all.
The Tar Heels’ victory set up a Final Four showdown between the Carolinas and the Pacific Northwest.
Tar Heels are frequent finalists, but Gonzaga, Oregon and South Carolina are dangerous.
"He’s a little tough nut," Tar Heels coach Roy Williams said of his point guard.
Luke Maye's big shot lifted UNC over Kentucky. The post North Carolina Tar Heels Defeat Kentucky Wildcats 75-73, Advance to Final Four appeared first on SLAMonline.
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RTC is providing coverage from start to finish of the NCAA Tournament for the next three weeks. Kennedy Meeks and the Heels had a lot to cheer about Friday night (Photo: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports) Key Takeaways. Tar Heels explode in the first half. North Carolina raced out to a 16-point lead in the first 10 minutes and never looked back. Show More Summary
The Tar Heels, determined to avoid the pain they felt after losing last year’s title game, dominated the fourth-seeded Bulldogs from the start.
The Tar Heels were in dominant form and didn't let the Bulldogs get close.