Regardless of the opponents on the North Carolina basketball schedule, fans keep the Dean Smith Center rockin’ at each and every home game. Be there to cheer on one of the most successful programs in NCAA history with North Carolina basketball tickets available for the upcoming season.
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North Carolina basketball tickets provide you admission to a college basketball tradition unlike any other in the nation. The program's supporters reach far beyond Chapel Hill, with basketball fans from all over the country support the Carolina blue of UNC. The Tar Heels have long been a dominant force in the ACC along with local rivals the Duke Blue Devils, whose campus is located only 8 miles from UNC. Anticipation will be huge for this season, so if you want find North Carolina basketball tickets this year, make your order today!
Look over Dean E, Smith Center seating and find seats for every Tar Heels' home game throughout the 2013-2014 UNC basketball schedule. Students, alumni, and cross-country fans scour the web looking for UNC basketball tickets hoping for a chance to be in the arena for tip off. From Frank McGuire to Dean Smith to Roy Williams, the Tar Heels have a history of success that dates back to the 1920s. Encounter one of the most entertaining college sporting events in world with an order of Tar Heels basketball tickets through Vivid Seats.
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It has been an uncharacteristically challenging year for the North Carolina Tar Heels, whose presence in the top 25 has been scarce much of the season. Of the current seven losses, only one has come to an unranked foe (Virginia), as the squad has once again faced a rather difficult regular-season slate. Despite the struggles, North Carolina has fared fairly well in conference play with just a few weeks remaining before the ACC Tournament gets underway at the Greensboro Coliseum, March 14-17. Wins over Florida State, Maryland, Georgia Tech, Boston College, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest have lifted the Tar Heels to the top half of the ACC standings, and the remaining opportunities will be essential for seeding and potential NCAA Tournament implications.
Fans can purchase 2012-13 North Carolina basketball tickets now for the exciting finish to the regular season, which includes Dean E. Smith Center showdowns with Virginia (2/16), North Carolina State (2/23), and Florida State (3/3), in addition to the annual grand finale against the bitter rival, Duke Blue Devils (3/9).