Monday's UNC Links

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Carolina Basketball

Scott, the Tar Heels' almost forgotten starter, took some of the spotlight from South Carolina native Raymond Felton, making 5 of 8 3-pointers to rescue No. 9 UNC against UNC Wilmington.
Great Scott, mediocre Tar Heels
The Durham Herald Sun

But while Felton struggled to find his range early, Scott finished a point off his career best, set last year in the NIT against Wyoming to win the first meeting ever between the state schools.
Scott steps up for Tar Heels
The Fayetteville Observer

By late in Sunday's first half, forward Jawad Williams was woozy, center Sean May was limping and swingman Rashad McCants was banished to the locker room.
North Carolina wins ugly
The Raleigh News and Observer

After being sent to the locker room during the latter part of the first half of North Carolina's 71-54 win against UNC Wilmington on Sunday, Rashad McCants was asked if he had learned a lesson.
Keep quiet? Not on UNC bench
The Charlotte Observer

One year and one day after Sean May broke his left foot, the sophomore center re-injured his foot against the Seahawks. May suffered what was termed a severe ankle sprain early in the game and his status for Tuesday night's home game against Coastal Carolina and the Jan. 3 trip to Kentucky is uncertain.
May hurt in UNC victory
The Charlotte Observer

The final score might suggest it was just another ho-hum day for North Carolina's basketball team. But make no mistake, it wasn't.
Seahawks can't keep Tar Heels in sights
The Winston Salem Journal

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