North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball venues
North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball Tickets
Team: North Carolina Tar Heels
Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference
Home Games: Dean E. Smith Center
NCAA Championships: Six
All-Time Greats: Michael Jordan, James Worthy, Antawn Jamison, Bob McAdoo, Walter Davis, Jerry Stackhouse, Billy Cunningham, Brad Daugherty, Charlie Scott
Rivals: Duke University, Indiana University Hoosiers, Kansas Jayhawks
North Carolina Tar Heels TicketsThe North Carolina Tar Heels is one of the most feared teams in men’s college basketball. It has won the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championship six times, has appeared in 48 NCAA tournaments and has made the Final Four 20 times. This Atlantic Coast conference team plays its home games at Dean E. Smith Center on the University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill. Many of the NBA’s greatest players spent time as Tar Heels, including Michael Jordan, who was named the NBA’s MVP six times and an NBA All-star 14 times. Jordan, however, is not the only player to spend time in Chapel Hill. Other famous Tar Hill players include James Worthy, Antawn Jamison, Bob McAdoo, Walter Davis, Jerry Stackhouse, Billy Cunningham, Brad Daugherty and Charlie Scott. Within its conference, the Tar Heels’ strongest rivals are the University of Indiana Hoosiers, the Duke Blue Devils and the University of Virginia Cavaliers. The team is under the leadership of Head Coach Roy Williams. Grab your North Carolina Tar Heels' tickets at StubHub.
How much are North Carolina Tar Heels' tickets?North Carolina Tar Heels' tickets go on sale in early October each year. Tickets are sold at various levels, depending on how close to the thrilling action you want to be at Dean E. Smith Center. Prices vary for upper- and lower-level seats. Fans can also choose to purchase a mini-pack. This allows them to see five home games with prices, depending on seating choices and what games are selected. Tar Heels' fans can also choose to purchase season tickets.
Who is the North Carolina Tar Heels’ head coach?The North Carolina Tar Heels’ head coach is Roy Williams, who has been the team’s head coach since 2002. He has won more games than any other active coach, except for Gonzaga University’s coach Mark Few. His teams have finished in the top 20 a total of 12 times since 2002 for adjusted offensive efficiency and in the top 20 nine times for adjusted defensive efficiency. William prefers to rely on North Carolina’s secondary break to put points on the scoreboard.
Has the North Carolina Tar Heels' team ever won a national title?Yes, the North Carolina Tar Heels' team has won the national title six times. The last time was in 2017 when the group beat Gonzaga University 71 to 65. The year before, the team lost a heartbreaker to Villanova University 77 to 74. Coach Williams also led the team to titles in 2009 against Michigan State and 2005 against the University of Illinois.
What are the top conference games this season for the North Carolina Tar Heels?The top conference games for the 2019-2020 season include the defending national champion team the University of Virginia on December 8 at Jones Paul Jones Arena. The two teams will meet again on February 15, 2020, at the University of North Carolina. The Tar Heels will play Duke University at home on February 8, 2020, and at Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium on March 7, 2020. You will want to get your North Carolina Tar Heels' tickets at StubHub very early to these games.
Who are some notable players for the North Carolina Tar Heels?For the 2019-2020 season, the team will be looking to freshman Cole Anthony to help lead the team. Playing in the point guard position, Cole Anthony is the son of former NBA player Greg Anthony. He attended Oak Hill Academy, which is also where Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and Rajon Rondo attended high school. Anthony will be assisted by freshman center Armando Bacot who graduated from IMG Academy in Richmond, Va. Many other players will join them.
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