North Carolina basketball player Kenny Williams, who missed the final 14 games of the Tar Heels’ national championship run last season, has undergone surgery to repair damage in his right knee. The procedure was done last Friday. Williams originally injured the knee in mid-February, when he suffered a torn meniscus during practice. He is expected to be ready to participate when preseason practice begins in October, according to a statement issued by UNC on Tuesday. The 6-foot-3 junior 22 games for the Tar Heels last season, averaging 6.2 points and 2.2 assists per game. He shot 34 percent from beyond the arc and his 27 3-pointers ranked third on the team behind only ACC Player of the Year Justin Jackson and Final Four Most Outstanding Player Joel Berry at the time he was sidelined.
As the only coach whose program was specifically named in the NCAA’s amended Letter of Intent, Sylvia Hatchell has been framed as a potential scapegoat in the long-running scandal involving North Carolina’s African and Afro-American […]
WAKE FOREST, N.C. Danny Manning and his Wake Forest basketball team were confident that they’d done enough to earn their first NCAA tournament bid since 2010. The website FiveThirtyEight.com gave the Deacons a 99.9 […]
If North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams uses a five-guard lineup in Saturday’s game at Boston College, it will be out of choice not necessity. That’s because freshman Tony Bradley has been cleared to play […]