Lebo was a four-year starter at point guard at North Carolina from 1986-89. During his career, the Tar Heels compiled a 116-25 record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight in 1987 and 1988 and the Sweet 16 in 1986 and 1989. He earned two first-team ACC All-Tournament honors and was a All-ACC second-team selection in 1988.
Jeff Lebo Named Auburn Head Men's Basketball Coach
Jeff Lebo has rebuilt two struggling programs and played for one of the most storied schools in college basketball.
Auburn is his latest challenge.
Lebo faces challenges
"I'm sure I can reach the NBA without going to UNC," Curry said. "I would have loved to go to UNC, but I blew it. I'm accepting the punishment, but it's time to move on. No time to pout. That part is over with. It's time to prove people wrong and bounce back from this."
Curry has a wish list
Raleigh News & Observer
It was another day in the life of JamesOn Curry, but the first day of the rest of his life after the University of North Carolina revoked his basketball scholarship in the wake of Curry pleading guilty to felony drug charges.
Curry's future in flux
"The spring has gone great for our team," Edwards said. "We've got a new attitude. We're more enthusiastic. It seems like we're a different team now. We're excited about going into fall camp and proving something this season."
Tar Heels confident about spring results