UNC coach John Bunting has called Lawing, who joined the Carolina staff in 2002, "clean as a whistle ... Brad was an innocent bystander, and because he had information, he was called in to testify. He's never done anything wrong."
Lawing maintains he did no wrong
Raleigh News & Observer
"Our plan as a family is, if by the end of August I haven't gotten a coaching job in either college or the pros, we'll move to Chapel Hill, live down there," he said. "I'll sit down with coach Smith and talk basketball as often as possible. Basically, take a year off and study basketball. If coach Smith is in the office, I'll be there with him."
Rice craves knowledge from basketball coaching legend
Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin
If the stress of the draft process is getting to Marvin Williams, his half-stern, half-playful demeanor won't show it. He is a picture of comfort and guilt-free assurance.
NBA pre-draft camp: Williams, Webster poised for big jump
"I had a blast. The friendships I made with my teammates and other people, Coach (Roy) Williams, being a college student. It was really great. Winning the National Championship is something I'll always remember no matter how my career pans out. That's every college player's dream."
Marvin Williams Interview
On June 19th, Marvin Williams will be in Milwaukee for a workout with the Bucks. The team coaches and brass will be on hand to watch the player that could be the #1 overall selection in this year's draft. While it is conceivable to think the Bucks will benefit more from acquiring a skilled big man, the main objective for a team drafting in the lottery can be to draft the most talented player available, especially if that talent has superstar written all over him. Such is the case with Williams.
Bucks Can't Go Wrong With Marvin Williams