Morning Heel: December 12th

KIH_MorningHeelGood morning Tar Heel fans! Here are some basketball links from around the web from the past view days. Make sure you check out the links and tell them who sent you!

UNC Basketball: Quarterly Evaluation  by John Enerstes

“What a roller coaster ride the Tar Heels have been on so far this season. Don’t expect anything less before March.
The Heels have not been quiet in the national spotlight to say the least, and for the most part have impressed basketball fans around the country. The Tar Heels already have two top-five wins after defeating third-ranked Louisville on a neutral court and top-ranked Michigan State in East Lansing…”
From I Sport Web

Kennedy Meeks Ahead of Schedule  by CL Brown
“North Carolina’s Kennedy Meeks dropped nearly 40 pounds before the season began, yet he still knows quite well how to throw his weight around.
The 6-foot-9, 280-pounder was at it again Saturday night with 12 points, eight rebounds and two assists in just 15 minutes of play during Carolina’s 81-50 over UNC Greensboro, which is coached by former UNC guard Wes Miller…”
From ESPN’s North Carolina Basketball Blog

Video: The UNC Basketball Team Went Holiday Shopping At Salvation Army For Underprivileged Children  by Tyler Moorehead
“It’s always great to see college athletes give back to their community — players across the country are idolized by fans, and setting a good example for those who look up to them is something to be admired. The North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team understands the platform it is on, and each year the players go on a shopping spree at the Salvation Army to purchase holiday gifts for underprivileged children through the store’s Angel Tree program…”
From College Spun

UNC Basketball: Tar Heels’ Best Situational Lineups in 2013-14  by Rollin Yeatts
“The 18th ranked North Carolina Tar Heels have already racked up two wins over Top Five opponents this season—more than any other program in the nation. It certainly wasn’t easy, though, and much credit should be given to UNC’s head coach, Roy Williams…”
From Bleacher Report

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