Raymond Felton and Sean May helped carry North Carolina to the top of men's college basketball. Now they're hoping to bring the Charlotte Bobcats to similar heights in the NBA. The duo return to their old stomping grounds today, when the Bobcats play the Washington Wizards in a preseason game at the Smith Center at 8 p.m.
Former UNC stars return to Smith Center
The Durham Herald-Sun
The fleet-footed Felton is up to speed on the NBA game, Sean May's knee is back to full strength, and Adam Morrison gives the Bobcats a needed scoring threat. Understandable, then, that Felton and May -- stars of North Carolina's 2005 NCAA championship season -- are upbeat as they return to the Smith Center for two preseason games.
Felton isn't shy as he returns to Chapel Hill
The Greensboro News and Record
Antawn Jamison says he is proof of the maxim that kids can achieve their dreams.
JAMISON WALKS MEMORY LANE
The Charlotte Observer
It was 10 years ago when Swofford went jogging by the Rotunda the morning of the UNC at Virginia game. Such a crisp, invigorating morning it was, too. The orange, purple and yellow leaves made for a marvelous photo opportunity in cozy Charlottesville as the sun crept over Thomas Jefferson's university. The Tar Heels were 8-1 and coached by Mack Brown. The Cavs were 6-3 and coached by George Welsh. Fiesta Bowl scouts were at the Black Angus the night before, listening to piano music while fans of both teams were sipping merlot.
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The Durham Heralds Sun