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Carolina Basketball

North Carolina's lowest moment of the season brought a revelation for Ty Lawson.
Lawson found his drive during 1st loss to Hokies
The Charlotte Observer

North Carolina freshman Brandan Wright did not practice Friday afternoon and is questionable for tonight's game at No. 21 Boston College due to a shoulder injury he suffered Thursday.
Tar Heels' Wright might miss game
The Fayetteville Observer

The North Carolina-Virginia Tech game was not even four minutes old, and already Tar Heels coach Roy Williams had seen enough.
Heels hope to rebound today
The Greensboro News and Record

Marcus Ginyard thought it had been a good practice for the North Carolina men's basketball team. But what he and teammate Bobby Frasor noticed after Thursday's workout confirmed Ginyard's suspicion.
Hard practice gets UNC ready for BC
The Durham Herald-Sun

Roy Williams gives much of the credit for his success to Dean Smith, saying he has followed the lead of his mentor. Now, Williams might follow Smith into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Williams has been named one of 15 finalists for the Hall of Fame, officials announced Friday in Last Vegas during NBA All-Star weekend.
WIlliams finalist for Hall of Fame
The Durham Herald-Sun

Snow lines the campus streets, and doubt surrounds Boston College's drive for ACC glory.
Uneasy Eagles: Boston College sees life atop the ACC as a perilous thing
The Winston-Salem Journal

It needs to happen soon, North Carolina sophomore Marcus Ginyard says. It needs to happen tonight.
Heels lacking a leader
The News and Observer

Boston College basketball coach Al Skinner said earlier this week that tonight's home game against North Carolina is no more important than the remaining three games on the Eagles' regular-season schedule. That's not the case for Carolina.
Perimeter 'D' key for UNC
The News and Observer

What began as a week of high expectations at the Heights has been tempered somewhat after the Boston College men's basketball team lost at home to unranked Duke Wednesday night. The 23d-ranked Eagles have a chance to get back on the fast track to a high NCAA Tournament seed tonight when they welcome No. 4 North Carolina to Conte Forum.
BC has chance to reverse course vs. Tar Heels
The Boston Herald

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