If there’s a reason he didn’t start P.J. Hairston earlier in the season, I hope it’s a good one. Hairston averaged 13.7 points per game in only 16.8 minutes over the nine ACC games he didn’t start. In the two games since he earned the starting job, he’s averaged 26 points and 7.5 rebounds per game, helping Carolina play its best basketball of the season—against Duke and Virginia, no less.
A complete list of the 20 players from the ACC & SEC taken in the 2012 NBA Draft
The world needs another mock draft so here is mine!
The Drive Monday 3-23-12-The guys talk with the college basketball analyst about UNC losing to Kansas on Sunday, who on this team will be back next year, and he ranks the teams in the triangle for next year.
In today’s age of underclassmen ruling the NBA draft boards, it should not be a surprise to see North Carolina sophomore Harrison Barnes in the 2012 NBA draft.
Mac Attack 3/26: Virginia Tech Head Coach Seth Greenberg calls in to recap the UNC loss to Kansas, talk about if Roy got out coached, who (if anybody) can beat the Wildcats, and how the Hokies look for next season.
Greg Anthony: “Without Kendall Marshall, The Tarheels Have To Change The Complexion Of Who They Are”
Mac Attack 3/23: CBS college hoops analyst Greg Anthony calls in to recap last nights tournament action, preview this weekends games, talk about Carolina’s chances without Kendall Marshall, and if he thinks Marshall will play.
Before I get into my predictions for the sweet sixteen and the elite eight, I have to brag a little.
North Carolina is reliving a 28-year-old nightmare.
In 1984, the Tar Heels began the year favored to win the national basketball championship — but their point guard broke his wrist.
Mac Attack 3/21: Newly retired College of Charleston coach Bobby Cremins calls in to talk about his career in coaching, Mark Gottfried’s success this season, and how he would handle the Kendall Marshall situation.