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The University of North Carolina basketball coaches' top priority this spring is finding a front-court player. The Tar Heels, who arguably had the most productive center, point guard and wing shooter in the country by the season's end, have questions at the point, on the wing and inside.
Tar Heels looking for more help
The News and Observer

After becoming North Carolina's premier post player overnight, Tyler Hansbrough reflected on what he lost when underclassmen Raymond Felton, Sean May and Marvin Williams declared for the NBA draft Friday
UNC recruits: We're ready to win
The Charlotte Observer

The last time Rashad McCants played an organized basketball game in Western North Carolina, he was a sophomore phenom at Erwin High School. Saturday evening, he returned as an NCAA champion, NBA prospect … and a ringer. A last-minute entry, McCants started for the Crossfire Ministries squad during its 11th annual meeting with the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Stars.
McCants surprises Crossfire crowd
The Asheville Citizen-Times

When North Carolina basketball players Rashad McCants, Raymond Felton and Marvin Williams decided to leave school early to enter the NBA Draft, all three talked about wanting to take care of their families financially.
Players have plans for money
The News and Observer

Sean May, Raymond Felton and Marvin Williams came to North Carolina with hopes of winning the national championship. Once they got the title, they really had no reason to hang around. "To me, it's the perfect way to end a season and a career," May said.
Regroup, reload, rebuild: Felton, May, Williams leaving UNC
The Goldsboro News-Argus

When the senior players from the national champion UNC Tar Heels came to Ashbrook High School Thursday night, everyone expected the same thing. The group played the Gastonia All-Stars, a team scraped together in the past week. This was supposed to be like the Harlem Globetrotters against the Washington Generals. But it turned out to be more than that./b>
UNC seniors given all they can handle
The Charlotte Observer


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