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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - James Michael Mcadoo
North Carolina junior James Michael McAdoo felt he had put off going to the NBA long enough.
North Carolina isn't going home early like Duke. But only just barely.
Providence's Bryce Cotton became the breakout star of this NCAA tournament in his first and last game.
The all-Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball teams and voting results for most improved player and sixth man of the year, announced Monday by the league and determined by a vote of 77 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and by the league's 15 head coaches:
Notre Dame's defense was good enough in the second half against North Carolina to give the short-handed Fighting Irish a chance to end the 14th-ranked Tar Heels' long winning streak.
North Carolina's 11th straight victory gave the Tar Heels one of the top four seeds in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and a bye through to the quarterfinals.
Virginia Tech outrebounded North Carolina and held star Tar Heels point guard Marcus Paige to nine points below his average.
T.J. Warren did just about everything possible to help North Carolina State end rival North Carolina's winning streak. In the end, the Atlantic Coast Conference's leading scorer came up a play or two short.
Things just haven't gotten easier for No. 25 Pittsburgh.
North Carolina was too big and too quick for Notre Dame.
James Michael McAdoo has been content to see his North Carolina teammates get attention even as he's playing some of the best basketball of his career.
No matter what happens for the rest of North Carolina's up-and-down season, the Tar Heels can still say they've never lost to Clemson at home.
Roy Williams and North Carolina can breathe a little easier.
North Carolina has beaten Michigan State, Kentucky and reigning national champion Louisville in this up-and-down season, but the Tar Heels were no match for No. 2 Syracuse.
When James Michael McAdoo gave North Carolina an early boost against No. 2 Syracuse, the Tar Heels seemed ready to escape from their recent funk. The Orange defense had other ideas.
"I just feel I am ready to play at the next level and excited about that challenge," McAdoo said. "I had chances to go after my freshman and sophomore years but was more excited about coming back to school then. Right now I am excited about fulfilling my dream to play in the NBA and do what I have to do to take that next step."
In a statement from the school, McAdoo said he planned to complete coursework to earn his history degree.