"I will be back here next year," McCants said after being named the team MVP, and earning a standing ovation. "I thought about testing the waters, but I feel that my goals coming out of high school were to have my name in the rafters, in the front line [of retired jerseys], and I'm going to complete that goal.
May, McCants, Felton staying
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"Everyone knows they have a lot of things they need to work on," said May, who fell five rebounds shy of averaging a double-double. "We all have our goals. We all want to be in St. Louis, and we want to win."
Felton, McCants staying at UNC
"There was talk about me coming out (for the NBA) straight out of high school," Felton said. "I'm living a dream right now. I always wanted to come to Carolina. I probably could have left straight out of high school, but at the same time I wanted to live my dreams.
Tar Heels will have all starters returning
"I'm looking at it pretty seriously," Smith said when reached at his home Monday night. "I want to be a lottery pick. But if I'm not, I'm going to college."
UNC recruits mulling NBA options
Consider: Only 10 senior starters are departing, and only one of those – Florida State's Tim Pickett – led his team in scoring, while only four others averaged at least 10 points per game.
ACC hoops poised for big season in 2004-05
The ACC has effectively approved a new football television contract with ABC and ESPN that will mean more games for fans to watch and a considerable revenue jump for the expanding league's membership.
ACC will get richer TV deal for football