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North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball 2014-2015 News and Updates
3/11/15 - The North Carolina Tar Heels haven’t seen a national championship since 2009 and they are chomping at the bit to be the champions once again. Ranked at fifth in the Atlantic Coast conference with a 21-10 record, the Tar Heels are ready for some tough competition in the ACC tournament. The North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball team is patiently waiting to see the victor between Boston College and Georgia Tech on March 10, 2015. Both teams are good competitors and the Tar Heels are prepared to meet their match, especially with a recent victory against Georgia Tech. Get your tickets for the second round of the ACC tournament played on March 11 and enjoy the live action. Tickets range from $10-$747 depending on how well you want to smell the sweat.
3/4/15 - The Atlantic Coast Conference in college basketball produces a lot of talent every year. One of the better teams in this division is the North Carolina Tar Heels. They have a 21-9 record, and are the 19th ranked team in the nation. North Carolina is coming off an utter destruction against Georgia Tech. The Jackets suffered a huge blow with Georges-Hunt’s injury, which really hindered their ability to score. Georgia Tech also had a lot of cold-streaks. Conversely, the Tar Heels were able to do some great things on offense. Joel Berry II played well off the bench, and he ended the game with 15 points. This win is the Tar Heel’s second in a row. Next up for them is a match with Duke, the 3rd ranked team in the nation. Tickets are available now for $350.
2/25/15 - North Carolina Tar Heels are always close to being a part of the Final Four tournament. At times, they have lapses in both their offence and defense. This proved to be the theme for the team tonight against North Carolina State. They ended up losing 58-46. They couldn’t make progress on the offensive front. If the team wants to end their season on a high note, they are going to have to make some adjustments. In their heartbreaking loss, Kennedy Meeks scored 12 points and had 14 rebounds. He played with a lot of energy, and grabbed rebounds at opportunistic times. However, the rest of his team failed to get going in the fourth quarter. Up next for them is a game against Miami. Tickets can be bought now for $26.
2/20/15 - The North Carolina Tar Heels had an important game today, facing their rivals in Duke. A lot of hype surrounded this game, and rightfully so. It turned out to be a great, competitive game, which ended in overtime. Duke was able to prevail 92-90. It came down to the last possession, and the Tar Heels simply couldn’t get a stop when they needed it the most. In their heartbreaking loss, J.P. Tokoto scored 15 points and had 8 rebounds. It was a well-rounded performance from him, but his teammates were not able to replicate the same type of offensive production. Both teams made some big shots, but the Tar Heels didn’t prevail. Up next for them is a game against Georgia Tech. It should be a great game, where North Carolina is hoping to regroup and get a much-needed win.
2/13/15 - After a week long break following a February 7th win over Boston College, your #12 North Carolina Tarheels hit the road again with consecutive trips to Pitt and fourth ranked Duke. This year, the ACC is as deep as ever, with five teams ranked in the top 15. Win wins over Pitt and the hated Blue Devils, the Tar Heels can continue to pad their NCAA tournament resume. Make sure to come out to the Dean Smith Center in Chapel Hill when the Tar Heels return for home contests against conference rivals Georgia Tech and North Carolina State. Only three homes remain this season, so make sure to secure your tickets to see North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball while you still can. Razorgator has great seats available starting at just $57.
2/4/15 - The North Carolina Tar Heels are synonymous with greatness, and thus far, they have lived up to the hype. They currently have a 17-6 record, and are the 4th ranked team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Their last game was fun to watch against Virginia, but they ended up losing 75-64. Even though they lost, a lot of players had great performances. The top scorer for the Tar Heels on the night was Brice Johnson, who ended up scoring 14 points with 8 rebounds. North Carolina’s offense looked great, but they need to adjust things in terms of their defensive scheme. They still have a lot of time to get some momentum behind them. Their next game against Boston College should be a fun one for the fans. Tickets are available for $24.
1/30/15 - Currently on a 6 game winning streak, the Tarheels have been on a roll in ACC conference play. With their only loss in conference coming against #8 Notre Dame, your Tarheels are poised to take control of the ACC with a critical upcoming home contest against the league leading #2 Virginia Cavaliers. Be sure to come out to the Dean Smith Center to support coach Roy Williams, star guard Marcus Paige, and the rest of the Tarheels for this top 15 matchup, because it’s sure to have ACC & NCAA tournament implications. After the Virginia game, there are only three home contests remaining, so be sure to get your tickets today. Razorgator is your destination for the best selection of North Carolina Tarheels Basketball tickets at the very best prices.
1/21/15 - One of the better teams in men’s college basketball right now is the North Carolina Tar Heels. They have a 14-4 record, and are the 3rd ranked team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Their last win was against Virginia Tech, which ended with a final score of 68-53. For four straight quarters, they looked great. A huge reason for their success on the offensive end was because of Justin Jackson. He scored 16 points and grabbed 7 rebounds, which led to a lot of second-chance points. Brice Johnson also had a great game from the field, scoring 12 points and getting 11 rebounds. Up next for the Tar Heels is a competitive match up with Wake Forrest. Tickets for the game can be bought now for $27.
1/12/15 - The North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team were just getting a winning streak going when they had to play the higher-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish (15-1) on Jan. 5th. Despite being outmatched, the Tar Heels put up an amazing effort and only fell short by one point. Then they were up against the similarly ranked Louisville Cardinals (14-2) the very next game. However, the Tar Heels were ready and they really brought their A-game. Both teams scored 34 points in the first half, but North Carolina was behind by 13 with less than nine minutes remaining. They made the most of those precious few minutes, however, and it came down to Marcus Paige, who had injured his foot twice earlier in the game, to score a tie-breaking layup with only 8.5 seconds left. The Tar Heels came away with a close buzzer beating 71-72 victory that will not be soon forgot.
1/6/15 - This past Monday, the North Carolina Tar Heels had a tough game against Notre Dame. They tried their best, but ended up losing 71-70. In their closely contested loss, J.P. Tokoto played well, scoring 12 points with 5 rebounds. The Tar Heels had plenty of chances to win the game, but failed to get points in the last minute. Their record is now 11-4, and they are the 18th team in the nation. Their next outing is against the top ranked Louisville team. Coming into the game, they are the underdogs, so they will need to start off strong in order to claim victory. Expect Tokoto to shoot more threes, as he’s a threat when he can get on a streak. Tickets for the game are available now, and can be bought for a low $29.
1/1/15 - The North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team is just picking up speed as they win another game, this time against the William & Mary Tribe. Each team scored 37 points in the second half, but the Tar Heels put away nearly double the points as their opponents in the first half. With a final score of 64-86, this is a strong victory for North Carolina. This is the fourth win in a row for the Tar Heels, which means they are now 10-3. They are doing excellent this season and hopefully they will continue to dominate. They will play the Clemson Tigers next in an away game, and then will return to North Carolina to play the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the 5th. Tickets start at $29.
12/25/14 - In an extremely high-scoring game, the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team came out victorious against the Ohio State Buckeyes (9-2). The Tar Heels were ahead by 12 at the half, but did slightly worse onward. Their defense held, though, and a final score of 74-82 saw North Carolina to victory. The Tar Heels played a very balanced game, with eight of the 11 players who saw the court scoring. Now at 8-3, the North Carolina boys will be looking forward to their next game against the UAB Blazers (4-8). Hopefully this will be a relatively easy win to bring their winning streak up to three. They certainly need to boost their record as the year draws to a close. Tickets are available for $33.
12/17/14 - North Carolina Tar Heels basketball will look to string together consecutive wins for the first time in December, as no. 12 Ohio State will be in town for an afternoon showdown on Saturday. The no. 24 ranked Tar Heels defeated UNC Greensboro in a battle of in-state teams on Tuesday night, improving their record to 7-3 for the year. Forward Kennedy Meeks led all scorers with 18 points on 8-9 shooting, and Joel James added 11 points in just 16 minutes off the bench for North Carolina, who have not won back-to-back games since defeating UCLA and Florida to wrap up November. The 'Heels will need to bring their A-game on Saturday versus the Buckeyes, winners of their last three and owners of an 8-1 record for the season. Let’s go Tar Heels!
12/11/14 - After a disappointing loss to Iowa, the Tar Heels bounced back on Sunday with a 108-64 rout of the East Carolina Pirates. #12 North Carolina improved to 6-2 this season behind a monster 19 point, 17 rebound game from junior forward Brice Johnson, who earned the praise of coach Roy Williams with his effort. Sophomore Kennedy Meeks added 12 points and 11 boards for the Tar Heels, who dished 27 assists and shot a scorching 60 percent from the floor as a team. They will need more of the same from their stars to secure a win on Saturday, when they visit the #1 Kentucky Wildcats for a showdown at high noon. Razorgator is your ticket in the door, with seats still available from $81, so come out and show your support for North Carolina Tar Heels basketball!
12/4/14 - Although favored to win when they faced the Butler Bulldogs in the Bahamas last week, North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball was upset 74-66 in first game of the Battle 4 Atlantis. The loss seems to have lit a fire under the Tar Heels, who are moving forward with a much more balanced offense, an eye on reducing turnovers, and focusing on moving the ball more effectively as they host the Iowa Buckeyes in North Carolina in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge Wednesday night. With UNC All-American Marcus Paige on the Tar Heels roster putting points up on the board and adding depth to their court performance, North Carolina is poised to climb back up the NCAA rankings. Get your tickets to see the Tar Heels in action, with tickets starting as low as $10 per seat here on Razorgator.
11/24/14 - The #6 North Carolina Tar Heels defeated the Davidson College Wildcats this past Saturday, winning 90-72 in Charlotte, NC. North Carolina’s sophomore forward Kennedy Meeks totaled 19 points and 12 rebounds in the Heels' win. Next up, the Tar Heels head to sunny Paradise Island in the Bahamas to compete in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament on November 26th, 27th and 28th. North Carolina is back to the friendly confines of Chapel Hill on Wednesday, December 3rd, to take on the always dangerous Iowa Hawkeyes in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The two teams last met ten years ago, and have only met four times previously in their programs’ histories. On Sunday, December 7th, the Tar Heels host the East Carolina Pirates at the Smith Center. Get your tickets now for an upcoming game and cheer on the nationally ranked Tar Heels. Prices start at only $19!
11/21/14 - When people think of greatness, they think of the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team. Things are already looking promising for them, who are now 2-0. Their latest win was against RMU, which ended with a final score of 103-59. It wasn’t even close. A huge reason for that was because of Brice Johnson, who ended up scoring 23 points with 8 rebounds. He did very well at blocking out his opponents, allowing him to record numerous rebounds for second-chance points. It’s this type of effort that the Tar Heels need to really make a statement this season. Meeks also had a great game, tacking on 21 points to help the 6th ranked team in the nation prevail. Up next for them is a game against DAV, a game that they will be hoping to dominate as well. Tickets for the November 22 game are available now, with a starting price of $71.
11/13/14 - The North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team is looking to come out strong against the North Caroline Central Eagles at their season opener on Friday, November 14th. The Tar Heels hope to come out strong in their initial game by starting power forwards Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks, who played together well last season. The Tar Heels were originally looking to start James Michael McAdoo in one of the starting forward positions, but he decided to go pro and leave an opening for Brice Johnson to come in. After their opener against North Carolina Central, the Tar Heels will face the Robert Morris PA Colonials on Sunday, November 16th. While tickets are currently sold out for the season opener, Sunday’s game has some openings available starting at $7.
2/7/14 – The Tar Heels have won four straight, their longest winning streak this season, and following their road game against Notre Dame Saturday will host cross-town rival No.11 Duke (avg. $158) and #StripeOut against No.25 Pittsburgh (avg. $78). Consistency is what Coach Roy Williams has preached to his young men, and in the last four games the players have delivered. The new, more offensive-minded Tar Heels lineup has found their rhythm and are showing urgency, confidence, and swagger on the court. Will UNC’s momentum carry into next week? Don’t miss the North Carolina Tar Heels remaining Conference games at Dean Smith Center this season- tickets are as low as $29.
1/3/14 - The North Carolina Tar Heels suffered a few tough losses to unranked teams to start off their season, but they’ve also accumulated perhaps the biggest wins of any team in the Nation. The Tar Heels have beaten the then-No.1 Michigan State, then-No.3 Louisville, and preseason No.1-ranked Kentucky in their arduous early season play. Ask any of the three basketball powerhouses, and they’ll tell you the Heels are a force to be reckoned with. More recently, North Carolina gutted the UNC Wilmington Seahawks, 51-84, marking the school’s 2,100th victory, and a fitting way to close out their nonconference play. NC is sitting with a 10-3 record and increased optimism at taking the conference title as they gear up for their conference schedule. The Heels are slated to take on Wake Forest for their opening ACC game this Sunday, followed by a visit from the Miami Hurricanes on Jan 8: tickets start at $27. The biggest game at Dean Smith Center will come against rival Duke on February 12 where tickets are averaging $236. Grab your North Carolina Tar Heels tickets now as they roll into ACC games with more discipline than other opponents, having three significant victories already under their belt!
UNC is a basketball powerhouse. In all, the Tar Heels have won five National Championship titles, third most of all-time, with the last recorded in 2009. The program has seen greats like Michael Jordan, James Worthy, and Antwan Jamison.
Last season, the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team finished third in the ACC with a 12-6 record. The squad advanced to the ACC Tournament but lost to Miami and later played in the NCAA Tournament where they reached the third round. While the Tar Heels lost Reggie Bullock to the NBA Draft and senior Dexter Strickland, UNC picked up five star recruit Isaiah Hicks in addition to, two four star recruits Nate Britt and Kennedy Meeks. North Carolina starts their season in one month and they hope to have PJ Hairston back on the court.
North Carolina’s basketball schedule is tough right from the get-go. The team will play at the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament which will likely finish with a game against reigning National Champs, Louisville. The Heels will also take on Michigan State on the road in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge game and host Kentucky mid-December. All three opponents are preseason top 5 favorites and each matchup is a top non-conference College Basketball game based on average ticket price. The most expensive game on the North Carolina Tar Heels schedule this season is against rival Duke (avg. $813). Like last year, it's the most expensive College Basketball game in NCAA. Tar Heels basketball tickets are currently averaging $259, $113 more than they did in the previous season. Both Duke and Miami tickets are more expensive in 2013 than UNC Tar Heels tickets.