Former UNC star Marcus Paige signed with Charlotte as a “two-way” player, a higher-paying new category that allows up to 45 days with the parent club while still assigned to the minors.
Former UNC star Marcus Paige signed with Charlotte as a “two-way” player, a higher-paying new category that allows up to 45 days with the parent club while still assigned to the minors. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Former UNC star Marcus Paige signed with Charlotte as a “two-way” player, a higher-paying new category that allows up to 45 days with the parent club while still assigned to the minors. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

Could the NBA’s G League be a viable alternative to college basketball?

January 01, 2018 10:41 AM

More Videos

  • Tap dance company and soccer freestyler usher in new arts app at UNC

    Indi Cowie, a soccer freestyle sensation, performed with members of Dorrance Dance, a tap dance company based out of New York City, during a collaborative pop up show in Davis Library at UNC on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The performance was part of a week-long residency for the company to celebrate the launch of a new app called 'Arts Everywhere' intended to help the community more easily connect with arts events on campus.