Interview with Joel Berry II – First Season Overseas

Joel Berry II is having a memorable first year overseas as a professional basketball player and is heading into the playoffs in Turkey. This is nothing new for the Tar Heel who has had success multiple times in his career. Berry is one of the most decorated Tar Heels to wear the Carolina Blue andContinue reading “Interview with Joel Berry II – First Season Overseas”

Kenny Williams signs for Bnei Herzliya in Israel

Kenny Williams has recently signed for Bnei Herzliya in the Israeli Basketball Premier League after two years at Austin Spurs in the NBA G-League. Bnei Herzelia is currently on a 7-16 record in their league, with Williams joining for the rest of the season. They will be hoping that Williams will bring more of theContinue reading “Kenny Williams signs for Bnei Herzliya in Israel”

Tar Heels in Asia – April Update

The basketball season in Asia is coming to a close with the season finished for the Tar Heels playing in South Korea, and a handful of games left in the regular season in Japan. This update takes a look at the latest statistics of James McAdoo and Jawad Williams in Japan. Also, looking at thisContinue reading “Tar Heels in Asia – April Update”

Interview with Justin Pierce – First Season Overseas

I was able to have a conversation with Justin Pierce on the Ceiling is the Roof Podcast. We talked about his first season overseas in Finland, his time at the University of North Carolina and his Tar Heel Teammates (including most likely to get told off by Coach Williams…) Justin recently finished his season withContinue reading “Interview with Justin Pierce – First Season Overseas”

Tar Heels in Europe – April Update

I think most of the University of North Carolina fans have been caught up with everything going on in Chapel Hill and the transfer portal. In other news, Tar Heels are continuing their season overseas, and here is the latest update on the 12 Tar Heels playing in Europe this year. As usual, including theContinue reading “Tar Heels in Europe – April Update”

Why Coach Hubert Davis is my choice.

Coach Roy Williams has Size 9 feet, but his shoes at North Carolina are a lot bigger to fill. After his shock announcement on April 1st, the greatest job in the world just became vacant. Basketball coaches are dreaming of the opportunity to stand on the sidelines at the Dean Smith Center as the newContinue reading “Why Coach Hubert Davis is my choice.”

Letter to Coach Williams, from a guy he’s never met.

1st April 2021, Coach Roy Williams announced that he is retiring from his role of Head Coach of the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. In his opinion, he is no longer the right man for the job. In my opinion, he is the greatest coach in college basketball. I didn’t want to write aContinue reading “Letter to Coach Williams, from a guy he’s never met.”

Top 10 UNC Plays of the 2020/21 Season

Who knows what the 2020/21 season will be to Tar Heel fans in many years to come? How will we look back at it? It was a season that a lot of people shared their frustrations, then there were moments of hope that we could end up dancing in March and we did… not likeContinue reading “Top 10 UNC Plays of the 2020/21 Season”

Day’Ron Sharpe vs Tony Bradley

On March 24th 2021, Day’Ron Sharpe officially let us know what we were all expecting. After one year with the Tar Heels, Sharpe is declaring for the NBA Draft. We were all expecting it, Sharpe’s draft stock was rising continuously throughout the season and after the games in early January against Notre Dame and Miami…Continue reading “Day’Ron Sharpe vs Tony Bradley”

Tar Heels in Asia – March Update

There are currently five Tar Heels playing in Asia and they have been making a lot of noise lately – including game winning shots from Jawad Williams and Isaiah Hicks. Also, James Michael McAdoo on the front of Haagen-Dazs in Japan… yes really. Here is the latest update on the Tar Heels in Asia, withContinue reading “Tar Heels in Asia – March Update”