Stephanie Mavunga scored 23 points, including game-winning putback with one second left to give No. 15 North Carolina a 72-70 win over Virginia on Thursday night.
Life doesn’t merely happen to trailblazers. Trailblazers impose upon life.
Repairs to Kenan Stadium drainage system forces the Tar Heels to play their spring game in Charlotte at Rocky River High School on April 11.
When stuff wasn’t going right for North Carolina in the Dean E. Smith Center on Tuesday, UNC coach Roy Williams would start pacing — he was stomping, actually.
N.C. State won in the Dean E. Smith Center for the first time since Feb. 25, 2003.
UNC coach Roy Williams wants to hear from Tar Heels fans.
UNC struggles pruned Golden State forward Harrison Barnes.
Former UNC coaches, players, fans gather by the thousands at the Smith Center
Cherry's free throws allow Tar Heels to post key ACC road win
No. 15 North Carolina opened Saturday's game by scoring on a "Four Corners" play as a tribute to the late Dean Smith, then rolled to an 89-60 win against Georgia Tech.
The Tar Heels (18-9, 9-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) had lost four of five, including Wednesday's potentially crushing failure to close out No. 4 Duke in an overtime loss.
But that "Four Corners" opening — with coach Roy Williams holding up four fingers to signal Smith's famed offense — led to Brice Johnson's layup in a sign of how smoothly things would run.
Kennedy Meeks scored 18 points for the Tar Heels, who shot 62 percent to earn an easy — and desperately needed — win after a tough stretch that had kept them away from home for nearly three weeks.
UNC led by 14 at halftime, then used a 21-3 spurt to turn this one into a rout against the Yellow Jackets (12-15, 3-12).
The night after Duke took the game from North Carolina, UNC coach Roy Williams was in Carmichael Arena watching what it looks like to absolutely handle business in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
North Carolina has released parking details for the public memorial service honoring Dean Smith Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m at the Smith Center. Doors will open to the public at 1 p.m. Admission is free, and seats are on a first come, first serve basis.
Allisha Gray was sick and still went to work.