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2017 Schedule
33-7, 1st in ACC
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5dJeff Goodman

Winners and losers from early NBA draft decisions

Tony Bradley's choice to stay in the NBA draft creates a hole in the middle at North Carolina. Find out which other teams will have to adjust after Wednesday's deadline and which programs have experienced players who opted to stay in school.

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5dChad Ford

Big Board 7.0: Where is Tony Bradley?

North Carolina freshman center Tony Bradley announced he will stay in the NBA draft on Wednesday. Where is he slotted in our ranking of the top-30 prospects?

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5dJeff Goodman

Tar Heels big man Bradley staying in draft

North Carolina freshman big man Tony Bradley, who averaged 7.1 points and 5.1 rebounds in a reserve role with the Tar Heels last season, will remain in the NBA draft.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

With Tony Bradley leaving UNC, Tar Heels will need one of two freshman bigs to step up quickly: Garrison Brooks or Brandon Huffman.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Key NBA decisions to watch today: Caleb Swanigan, Tony Bradley, D.J. Wilson and Mo Wagner, Hamidou Diallo, Svi Mykhailiuk. Other notables include Vince Edwards, Omer Yurtseven, Johnathan Williams, Tacko Fall, Kameron Williams, Shaqquan Aaron.

ESPN Stats and Information  

With Wednesday's deadline for players to remove their names from the NBA draft approaching, Purdue, UNC, Michigan and UCLA stand to be the most impacted by upcoming decisions.

ESPN Staff  

The six participants for the Bucks' pre-draft workout on Tuesday include North Carolina forward Tony Bradley, BYU forward Eric Mika, Illinois guard Malcolm Hill, Wisconsin forward Vitto Brown, Michigan guard Zak Irvin and forward Paris Bass, who spent the 2016-17 season in the NBA D-League.

ESPN Staff  

Among those in attendance at the Bucks' pre-draft workout on Monday were National Player of the Year Frank Mason III, Northeastern guard T.J. Williams, Marquette center Luke Fischer, Kentucky forward Isaac Humphries, North Carolina forward Kennedy Meeks and UConn center Amida Brimah. Milwaukee owns the 17th and 48th selections in this year's draft.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford was asked about SEC commissioner Greg Sankey refusing to recuse himself from the ongoing investigation into North Carolina. Sankey serves as chair of the committee on infractions. "The peer aspect of that whole process, that's what it's been for a long, long time," Swofford said. "I can remember when Paul Dee, the former AD at Miami, Paul was the chair of the committee when Miami joined our league and I can remember having conversations with him about how uncomfortable that was at times, so it's not any different now than it's been. Whether that should be changed in some way has been under discussion for a while, multiple years and so until someone comes up with a better way to approach that kind of situation, we'll see. I doubt that's imminent, but there are discussions about the process and what is the best process to have. My biggest complaint has consistently been how long these kinds of things take sometimes, and unfortunately we've had several that have fallen into not as long as this one, but still lengthy because it would help a great deal all the way around if we could come up with a process that brought things to a culmination more quickly."

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12dJeff Borzello

Will he stay or will he go?

Tony Bradley has a week to decide if he'll withdraw from this summer's NBA draft and return to Carolina. The Heels' place in the preseason Top 25 will depend on it.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

North Carolina big man Tony Bradley worked out for the Knicks today. Will work out for Lakers Friday, Spurs on Sunday, Milwaukee Tuesday and OKC a week from today, source told ESPN. Still undecided whether to remain in draft.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Utah's Kyle Kumza led all scorers in 5-on-5 scrimmages at Day 1 of the NBA draft combine. Day 2 coverage begins Friday at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

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NCAA meets with woman linked to UNC scandal

Deborah Crowder, a retired office administrator in UNC's formerly named African and Afro-American Studies department, met with NCAA investigators Wednesday.

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19dJeff Goodman

Stay in school, or enter draft?

Most NBA execs believe Tony Bradley will almost certainly be selected late in the first round or early in the second if he remains in the draft. They also say his stock has a chance to improve next season.

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20dMyron Medcalf

North Carolina keeps on winning into May

The Tar Heels will return Joel Berry for another season and the defending champions have plenty coming in to make another run.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Recruiting update. Kevin Knox Jr. no.9 in the 100 will be making his college decision tomorrow. Kevin Knox Sr. tells Espn it will happen between 7-8pm EST. He also said the final schools are still Duke, Florida State, Kentucky, Missouri and North Carolina. Keep an eye on this one...

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star senior Kevin Knox announces that he will tweet his college decision on Saturday. Florida State, Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky and Missouri are the finalists.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 32 2018 Jairus Hamilton listed Kansas, North Carolina, NC State, Louisville, Duke and Arizona.

Team Stats

Points Per Game84.412th
Rebounds Per Game43.71st
Assists Per Game18.04th
Points Allowed70.6128th

Tournament History

Final Fours19
Tournament Record117-45
Championship Seasons1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, 2009
Tournament Appearances47