North Carolina Rumors
North Carolina forward Luke Maye has announced he will withdraw from the NBA draft. In a message posted on his Instagram account Thursday morning, Maye said that he would be returning to UNC next season. “I have had a great experience learning from the NBA process and growing as a basketball player during the past couple weeks,” Maye wrote. “Through this process, I have decided that I am going to comeback (sic) to school to improve as a player and finish my college career.”
Shams Charania: Late addition to the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, league sources say: North Carolina’s Theo Pinson. The 6-foot-6 guard has ability to play and defend multiple positions and had standout career at UNC that included 2017 NCAA title.
A member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity at Howard University, Ted Cook loved Michael Jordan, a fellow Omega Psi Phi brother at North Carolina, and the Lakers, who wear Omega Psi Phi’s signature purple and gold. On school nights, when Quinn was in elementary and middle school, Ted often let his only son stay up past midnight to watch Lakers games on TV. “Ted was the coolest,” said Pacers guard Victor Oladipo, one of Quinn’s best childhood friends. “He was just one of those cool guys where everyone loved being around him, especially those young hoopers who were coming up in the area. If you ever needed anything, he was there for you.”
North Carolina junior forward Luke Maye will enter the NBA draft process, the school announced on Monday. He will not hire an agent.
The latest Air Jordan 32 Low is inspired by Michael Jordan’s childhood residence in Wilmington, North Carolina. Outfitted in a mild-toned mix of cream, white and gold and decorated with some slight streaks of red, the Air Jordan 32 Low “Gordon St.” should fit in perfectly with the forthcoming seasonal sneaker lineup. You can take a look at the Air Jordan 32 Low “Gordon St.” above. The shoe itself will hit shelves on May 7 and retail for $185 USD.