Friday's UNC Links

Inside Carolina
Posted Jan 7, 2011

Today's Carolina links from around the ‘net.......

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Something has clicked for North Carolina's Leslie McDonald this season, but he isn't exactly sure when the moment that changed his game happened.
Tar Heels' McDonald a changed guard
The Winston-Salem Journal

North Carolina's Leslie McDonald admits there were times last season when he didn't have any trust in his shot. Fortunately for the Tar Heels, however, the 6-4, 215 pound guard seems to have rediscovered his confidence in his sophomore season. McDonald has emerged as a critical spark off the bench for the Tar Heels the past five games, as he is 15 of 26 from 3-point range and has scored in double figures in four of those five outings. UNC will face Virginia in its ACC opener on Saturday.
UNC's McDonald emerging as critical scorer
The Durham Herald-Sun

While most fans are bemoaning the fact that Mike Scott is highly unlikely to suit up for tomorrow’s ACC home opener against ancient rival North Carolina, and that Scott could possibly be missing the rest of the season, could it be a blessing in disguise?
Don't get too upset about Scott's injury just yet
The Charlottesville Daily Progress

North Carolina coach and basketball Hall of Famer Roy Williams was at Thursday night's New Egypt-Florence game, presumably to scout Warriors' center Desmond Hubert.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams comes to New Egypt
The Trentonian

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