Carolina 95, Radford 50
December 4, 2016
Dean E. Smith Center
Chapel Hill, N.C.
UNC Scoring Leader: Kenny Williams 19
UNC Rebound Leader: Tony Bradley 11
UNC Assist Leader: Justin Jackson 6
• The Tar Heels are now 8-1 overall, 3-0 at the Smith Center this season.
• The Tar Heels shot 52.3 percent from the floor, the fourth time in nine games this year the Tar Heels have shot 50 percent.
• The Tar Heels tied their season high with nine three-point field goals (also in the season opener at Tulane).
• The Tar Heels made six of their first 10 3FG attempts.
• The Tar Heels had a 52-29 advantage on the boards. That’s the fourth game this year with at least 50 rebounds. The 52 rebounds ties UNC’s season high with the games against Tulane and Chaminade.
• The Tar Heels had a 26-5 edge in points off turnovers.
Tar Heel Player Notes
• Joel Berry II sprained his left ankle early in the second half and did not return to the lineup. He played just 13 minutes today and had five points and four assists.
• Freshman Seventh Woods played a season-high 22 minutes at the point and scored a season-high nine points and had one assist and five turnovers.
• Sophomore Kenny Williams scored a career-high 19 points (16 in the first half) and set a career high with five three-point field goals.
• It was the second time Williams scored in double figures as a Tar Heel. He had 11 vs. Chattanooga on 11/13/16.
• Williams is the first Tar Heel to make five threes in a game this year and the first since Marcus Paige made six against Indiana in the 2016 NCAA Sweet 16.
• Kennedy Meeks had 13 points and nine rebounds. It was the eighth straight game Meeks has scored in double figures (longest streak in his career).
• Tony Bradley posted his second double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
• Justin Jackson led UNC with six assists. It was the second time in four games he had six assists.
• Luke Maye grabbed a career-high six rebounds.
Roy Williams Notes
• Now 791-210 in 1,001 career games. Has the second-highest winning percentage (.790) in college basketball history among
coaches with at least 1,000 games.
• Is 373-109 in 14 seasons at Carolina.
• Is 390-44 at home in 29 seasons, including 187-27 at home at Carolina (186-27 at the Smith Center).
• Carolina leads, 2-0.
Next Game: Wednesday, December 7 vs. Davidson, in Chapel Hill, N.C., 9 p.m., ESPN2