Unbeaten No. 6 UNC women hope to end trend of bad starts in tough road game against No. 5 Indiana

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The No. 6 North Carolina women’s team showed in Portland that falling behind early against ranked teams doesn’t faze the Tar Heels. UNC (6–0) played from behind in both games on their way to the Phil Knight Invitational title, trailing in the first half by 12 before beating Oregon 85–79 in the first round and by 17 before knocking off Iowa State 73–64 in the championship game. In the fourth quarter, UNC trailed by eight against the Ducks and six against the Cyclones.More

What’s a good shot? Hubert Davis has talked about that with his guards

When you have a guard whose most famous shot to date came from well beyond the 3-point arc with a tall defender lunging toward him, it’s sometimes hard to define a bad shot. Of all of the shots immortalized in the Carolina Basketball Museum, the marker for Caleb Love’s 3-pointer over the outstretched hands of Mark Williams against Duke in the Final Four is the farthest away from the basket. When you balance that with Love’s percentages this season, defining a good shot becomes murkier.More

Alabama upsets UNC in epic 4-OT game with craziness, controversy

By R.L. Bynum It took four overtimes and plenty of craziness, but Alabama finally won an epic endurance test for both teams with the help of controversy in a heartbreaker for Carolina. A goaltending call on a Caleb Love drive that could have won the game with 8.9 seconds left was reversed. RJ Davis missed…More