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A few minutes with Turner’s Ernie Johnson

A few minutes with Turner’s Ernie Johnson

Ernie Johnson is no stranger to basketball fans. From college to the NBA, Johnson is nothing but professional, even when surrounded by clowns and chaos in the NBA studio, at bringing hoops into our home. For the last few years, Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley and...
Meeks’ star looks a lot like May in 2005

Meeks’ star looks a lot like May in 2005

020GLENDALE, Ariz. — Kennedy Meeks’ career arc has been somewhat similar to Sean May’s rise at North Carolina. And those comparisons are getting easier to make. Both worked to get their bodies in better shape and steadily improved. For May, that eventually made him...
Kennedy Meeks and his Tar Heel legacy

Kennedy Meeks and his Tar Heel legacy

Kennedy Meeks will go down in history as one of UNC’s legendary big men. With over 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds, Meeks has made his mark on UNC as much as the school took his heart. College is the best part of your life; You learn who you are, learn from your...
Justin Jackson’s fire helps send Heels to Phoenix

Justin Jackson’s fire helps send Heels to Phoenix

What a game. Carolina-Kentucky was one of the most-anticipated games in the NCAA tournament, and it lived up to the hype. UNC stamped its ticket to Phoenix with a monstrous win over Kentucky, 75-73. UNC started early in foul trouble, but with Coach Roy Williams’...
UNC’s Sweet Sixteen Hero, Luke Maye

UNC’s Sweet Sixteen Hero, Luke Maye

The one thing to love about UNC is Coach Williams’ ability to build up his players and have them shine when it counts. Players like sophomore, Luke Maye, are what makes college basketball great. He isn’t a McDonald’s All American or a player with heavy...
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