2019 NCAA Tournament Columbus - Session 3 (Iowa vs Tennessee, Washington vs North Carolina)
Nationwide Arena ‐ Columbus , OH
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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!
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North Carolina Tar Heels Mens Basketball
Tar Heels Benefit From Rare Continuity
In today’s college basketball landscape, the country’s top programs that bring in the best freshmen talent on a yearly basis often do so at the expense of continuity. This season, however, North Carolina will have a rare opportunity to field a very experienced team, as the Tar Heels return four of their top six scorers, and also will benefit from the addition of a top-tier incoming recruiting class. Shooting guard P.J. Hairston (14.6 points per game) and forward James Michael McAdoo (14.4 ppg) will handle most of the scoring load, but it’s sophomore point guard Marcus Paige (8.2 ppg, 4.6 assists per game) who may hold the key to the team’s success, as he is the only returning player that averaged over 1.4 assists per game last year.
After using a four-guard lineup out of necessity for the majority of last season, the team will have the luxury of using a traditional lineup once again in 2013 thanks to a stellar crop of incoming freshmen. The group, which Rivals.com ranks as the No. 13 class in the country, features a pair of talented frontcourt players in Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks.