North Carolina forward Marcus Ginyard still has not returned to basketball practice, and no decision has been made about when -- or if -- the senior defensive stopper will return this season. "Marcus and I talked yesterday, he still did not practice yesterday, and we're going to look at him and talk to the doctors more a little more this week, so there hasn't been any decision made on him," coach Roy Williams said Monday.
Ginyard still can't practice
The News and Observer
Tyler Zeller doesn't think there is any way he plays again this season. With the active imagination some North Carolina fans have, that probably bears repeating. Just so we're clear: Even if his broken left wrist continues to improve, Tyler Zeller doesn't see any way he suits up for the Tar Heels again this year.
UNC's Zeller 'done for the year'
The Durham Herald-Sun
Florida State men's basketball coach Leonard Hamilton has seen this North Carolina team before.
Plenty of big-time athletes who know how to score and, more importantly, how to disrupt another team's offense.
But this North Carolina team, which plays at Florida State on Wednesday, has something else that captured Hamilton's focus on Monday.
Tar Heels bring more than Hansbrough
The Tallahassee Democrat
E.J. Abrams-Ward would like the chance to continue his football career at North Carolina after he leaves Tennessee in the spring, assistant coach Sam Captain of Thomasville High School said yesterday. Captain has spoken to defensive coordinator Everett Withers of UNC about Abrams-Ward but no decision will be made immediately. UNC is finishing its recruiting for national signing day Feb. 4, and it won't know until after that if Abrams-Ward can be added to the class or if Coach Butch Davis wants him.
Abrams-Ward would like to play for Heels
The Winston Salem Journal