Tar Heels Overseas Update

In the 2021/22 season, 17 Tar Heels are playing professionally overseas. This is the latest update on the Tar Heels Overseas with the latest statistics and highlights. James McAdoo is in the Top 5 Scorers in the Japanese League, Justin Pierce had his revenge game in Germany, Reyshawn Terry took his team to the FinalContinue reading “Tar Heels Overseas Update”

Joel Berry’s Reaction to UNC vs Elizabeth City State

Joel Berry II will be keeping a close eye on the University of North Carolina Basketball Team this season, but for different reasons compared to previous seasons. This summer, Joel packed away his sneakers to pick up a microphone in his new role with the ACC Network as a Sports Analyst. UNC Basketball hosted ElizabethContinue reading “Joel Berry’s Reaction to UNC vs Elizabeth City State”

Ty Lawson will be the first former NBA player to play in the Basketball Africa League

Third time’s a charm… Ty Lawson has signed for US Monastir in Tunisia, the runners up of the 2021 Basketball Africa League. Lawson recently left his team in Greece and could not work out a deal in Puerto Rico. Lawson is set to be the first former NBA player to play in the Basketball AfricaContinue reading “Ty Lawson will be the first former NBA player to play in the Basketball Africa League”

Tar Heels in the NBA – October Review

The 75th NBA season tipped off this month and 11 Tar Heels are taking to the NBA floor this season; Harrison Barnes, Cole Anthony, Nassir Little, Cam Johnson, Reggie Bullock, Danny Green, Coby White, Wayne Ellington, Tony Bradley, Day’Ron Sharpe and Ed Davis. Tar Heel International will provide the latest statistics and highlights on the TarContinue reading “Tar Heels in the NBA – October Review”

How will the Tar Heels fare in Coach Davis’ first season? Former players make their predictions for the upcoming season.

Basketball season is just around the corner and we’re about to see a brand new University of North Carolina Basketball Team take the floor. A first-year coach, three new transfers, a young core with some exciting freshmen coming to Chapel Hill. What can we expect this year? How far will the Tar Heels go? WeContinue reading “How will the Tar Heels fare in Coach Davis’ first season? Former players make their predictions for the upcoming season.”

Deon Thompson returns to Spain and signs for Basket Zaragoza

The all-time appearance leader for the University of North Carolina, Deon Thompson, is returning to his stomping ground of Spain to play for Basket Zaragoza in the Liga ACB. Deon Thompson is one of the most successful Tar Heels playing professional basketball. The all-time leader in appearances for UNC, also holds the record for theContinue reading “Deon Thompson returns to Spain and signs for Basket Zaragoza”

Ty Lawson signs for Mets de Guaynobo in Puerto Rico

Ty Lawson was not without a team for long, after mutually agreeing termination of his contract for Kolossos Rhodes in Greece, Lawson has signed for Mets de Guaynobo in Puerto Rico. For all the latest updates on Tar Heels playing professionally overseas, follow @britishtarheel on Twitter and @britishtarheel on Instagram. Ty Lawson signed for KolossosContinue reading “Ty Lawson signs for Mets de Guaynobo in Puerto Rico”

Tar Heels Overseas Update

The start of the professional basketball season has started with a bang and many Tar Heels have had a great start to their season. Deon Thompson has reached the playoffs in Puerto Rico, Christian Keeling dropped 26 points on his debut in Georgia, Marcus Paige and Kennedy Meeks faced each other in France and muchContinue reading “Tar Heels Overseas Update”

Marcus Paige vs Kennedy Meeks in France

In September, Marcus Paige and Kennedy Meeks signed for their new teams in France. Paige signed for Orléans Loiret and Meeks signed for Cholet Basket and it didn’t take them long to face up against each other, with the two teams going to battle this Saturday and Tar Heel International brings the game recap. Follow @britishtarheel onContinue reading “Marcus Paige vs Kennedy Meeks in France”

Christian Keeling goes from Georgia to Georgia

From Georgia to Georgia, the Augusta native is heading to Georgia in Eastern Europe to play for BC Rustavi 1991, the reigning champions in the Georgia Superliga. Christian Keeling will be playing his second season in professional basketball after an impressive spell with Glasgow Rocks in the United Kingdom last season. Ceiling is the RoofContinue reading “Christian Keeling goes from Georgia to Georgia”