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UNC Basketball: Roy Williams Wants To Coach 10-12 More Years

It doesn’t look like UNC basketball coach Roy Williams is going anywhere anytime soon.

At least that is not in his immediate plans.

Despite winning a national championship last season, the sixth in school history, the 66-year-old Williams doesn’t want to walk away just yet and he currently sees himself leading the team for at least the next decade. 146 more words

Basketball

Roy Williams' bonuses were worth more than what some coaches make regularly in a year

Most basketball coaches have incentives built into their contracts for making the NCAA Tournament as well as getting their team up to a specific academic standard. 130 more words

ACC

UNC Basketball team honored for championship victory

The UNC-Chapel Hill men’s basketball championship team was honored at state legislature on Wednesday. Tar Heels head coach Roy Williams spoke to the legislators about the need for greater teamwork going forward. 115 more words

Curation

Una vittoria dal sapore diverso


Andando oltre alla cronaca della vittoria di Carolina, ci addentriamo nei diversi strati di sotto-storie che popolano da sempre le migliori storie sportive a stelle e strisce… 1,246 more words
College Basketball

Coach K Wants to Have a Deep Relationship With Zion Williamson

Zion Williamson is a very desirable basketball recruit. The No. 2 player in the Class of 2018, getting offers from schools is a mere formality. The name of the game is building a relationship so he’ll play basketball for your school. 175 more words

NCAAB

Following death penalty comments, UNC’s Roy Williams goes nuclear

Roy Williams just won his third national championship at North Carolina, but he didn’t spend as much time discussing the Tar Heels’ championship run during a recent appearance on SiriusXM radio. 209 more words

ACC

Hark the Daggum Sound

Four years. Two Final Fours. One championship.

I figured that I would wait a week before writing this to let one final Tar Heel win at the greatest school in the world sink in. 426 more words

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