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Carolina Basketball

Five seniors from North Carolina's national champion basketball team offered funny, tearful, poignant goodbyes at the squad's awards ceremony Tuesday night.
Time to celebrate, wait
Raleigh News & Observer

A week after declaring he would return to North Carolina for his senior basketball season, Final Four Most Outstanding Player Sean May said Tuesday that he was gathering information to consider entering this summer's NBA draft.
UNC's May considering jump to NBA draft
Charlotte Observer

North Carolina's national championship basketball team shared laughs, tears and "I love yous" as the Tar Heels seniors closed out a public awards ceremony with an emotional farewell Tuesday night.
Heels mum on exodus to the NBA
Greensboro News & Record

The ovations keep on coming for North Carolina, the 2005 NCAA men's basketball champion. But so do the questions.
Heels draw praise, questions
Durham Herald-Sun

The school called a news conference for Wednesday afternoon to announce the plans of junior Rashad McCants, who is expected to enter the NBA draft after helping the Tar Heels win their fourth national championship.
McCants to Hold News Conference on NBA
Durham Herald-Sun

Rashad McCants will make an announcement today at 2 p.m. at the Smith Center about his basketball future, and he is expected to end his North Carolina career and enter the NBA Draft.
McCants expected to leave for NBA
Winston-Salem Journal

All along Tobacco Road, basketball fans have been asking the same questions since UNC cut down the nets in St. Louis. Who's staying? Who's going?
Big Four schools hope to replenish stock
Greensboro News & Record

In January, the NCAA took a look at 30 proposals presented by the National Association of Basketball Coaches on how to fix men's college basketball and basically said, "Not quite. Get back to us. You have work to do." On Monday in Indianapolis, the NCAA Division I Management Council passed five of the seven remaining proposals.
Five NABC proposals pass
Raleigh News & Observer

Carolina Football

The Carolina Panthers have offered their radio play-by-play broadcasting job to University of North Carolina network color analyst Mick Mixon, sources close to the process told the Observer.
Sources: Panthers offer job to Mixon
Charlotte Observer

The NCAA is one step away from allowing its Division I football programs to play 12 games every season, but the ACC isn't in step with the proposal.
ACC opposes plan to extend football season to 12
Durham Herald-Sun

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