Morning Heel: UNC Tar Heels Daily News Links

Welcome to another edition of the Morning Heel, a daily feature here at Keeping It Heel. Along with The Hub we want to bring you not only our original content but a collection of all the best UNC news. Have a link to suggest? Send it to keepingitheel@gmail.com!

James Michael McAdoo To Return To UNC For 2013-14
Sophomore forward James Michael McAdoo will return to UNC for his junior season in 2013-14. McAdoo earned second-team All-ACC honors after leading the Tar Heels in rebounding and steals and finishing second in scoring in 2012-13. The Norfolk, Va., native averaged 14.4 points and 7.3 rebounds and made 54 steals in leading UNC to a 25-11 record and the third round of the NCAA Tournament. (GoHeels.com)

James Michael McAdoo To Return For Junior Season
North Carolina forward James Michael McAdoo announced that he will return for his junior season in Chapel Hill. McAdoo finished second on the Tar Heels in scoring at 14.4 points per game. (Keeping It Heel)

NBA draft early entrants: Five players whose departures really hurt their teams
So what do the Tar Heels lose with his departure? The possibility he could conquer the biggest moments and become more consistently the guy who put 22 on Virginia, 24 on Maryland, 22 on N.C. State. Bullock shot above 43 percent on 3-pointers and made three in the ACC semis and final and again in the NCAA round of 64 against Villanova. (Sporting News)

Reggie Bullock leaving UNC: What it means for the Tar Heels
Reggie Bullock is leaving North Carolina one season early to follow his dream of playing in the NBA. This isn’t a surprising a decision. It’s probably the right decision, right now, for Bullock. Reggie Bullock is moving on. And so, too, is UNC after losing its best overall player from a season ago. For more on what this means for the Tar Heels, here are some questions and their answers: (Raleigh News & Observer)

Vince Carter passes Clyde Drexler on scoring list
36-year-old Vince Carter was a pleasure to watch Monday night. In the season’s next-to-last game, with little on the line, Carter played with youthful zeal and in the process passed another legend on the NBA’s career scoring list. Carter passed Clyde Drexler for 27th place when he scored career points 22,196 and 22,197 on a reverse layup with 3:30 left in the first quarter against Memphis. (Dallas Morning News)

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