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Monday 11/12/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore



STANFORD (2 - 0) at N CAROLINA (2 - 0)
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STANFORD - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-0+22-01-184.039.550.5%37.566.530.539.8%32.0
Road Games1-0+11-00-
Last 5 Games2-0+22-01-184.039.550.5%37.566.530.539.8%32.0
STANFORD Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)84.039.527-5450.5%6-1543.3%22-3172.6%3758249144
vs opponents surrendering79.234.826-5944.0%7-2231.9%20-2874.1%346102210134
Team Stats (Road Games)72.039.026-5349.1%2-1513.3%18-2962.1%37042515163
Stats Against (All Games)66.530.523-5939.8%4-1824.3%15-2365.2%3268254151
vs opponents averaging79.835.228-6144.9%8-2236.4%17-2567.5%38712235162
Stats Against (Road Games)59.025.019-5435.2%3-1915.8%18-2572.0%3409266202

N CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games2-0+12-01-
Home Games0-000-00-0000.0%0000.0%0
Last 5 Games2-0+12-01-
N CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)97.048.037-7350.7%8-2334.8%15-2171.4%47519178133
vs opponents surrendering77.535.830-6446.3%7-2233.0%11-1667.2%39615189132
Team Stats (Home Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Stats Against (All Games)67.035.522-6136.9%8-3225.0%14-1971.8%29410203142
vs opponents averaging6635.523-5641.4%9-2832.4%11-1667.7%31411174143
Stats Against (Home Games)000-00.0%0-00.0%0-00.0%0000000
Average power rating of opponents played: STANFORD 71,  N CAROLINA 72
STANFORD - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/9/2018@ UNC-WILMINGTON72-59W-5W161.5U26-5349.1%371619-5435.2%3420
11/12/2018@ N CAROLINA              
11/28/2018PORTLAND ST              
12/1/2018@ KANSAS              

N CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/6/2018@ WOFFORD78-67W-10.5W158.5U29-5949.2%351524-6338.1%279
11/9/2018@ ELON116-67W-17.5W151.5O45-8751.7%601121-5935.6%3119
11/16/2018TENNESSEE TECH              
11/19/2018ST FRANCIS-PA              
11/28/2018@ MICHIGAN              
STANFORD: Last season: 19-16.
Nickname: Cardinal.
Coach: Jerod Haase, third season.
Conference: Pac-12.
Who's gone: F Reid Travis transferred to Kentucky as a graduate transfer, Dorian Pickens.
Who's back: G Daejon Davis (10.7 ppg) and F KZ Okpala (10.0 ppg) are experienced members from the sophomore class while 7-foot center Josh Sharma is the lone senior on the roster but has never started a game. He blocked 27 shots last season.
The Skinny: The Cardinal's tie for third place in the Pac-12 with 11 wins marked their highest showing and victory total in a decade. Now, Haase has a young roster featuring 11 of 15 players who are freshmen or sophomores ' but with a nationally ranked recruiting class the freshmen could make an immediate impact. Stanford loses Travis' averages of 19.5 points and 8.7 rebounds.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Stanford's chances of winning it all in the NCAA Tournament at 600-1.
N CAROLINA: Last season: 26-11, reached second round of NCAA Tournament.
Nickname: Tar Heels.
Coach: Roy Williams.
Conference: Atlantic Coast.
Who's gone: The program has lost mainstays from its 2017 national championship winner in point guard Joel Berry II ' a former Final Four most outstanding player ' and swingman Theo Pinson.
Who's back: Forward Luke Maye followed his last-second shot to beat Kentucky in the 2017 NCAA Elite Eight with a star-turning junior season, averaging 16.9 points and 10.1 points to be an Associated Press third-team All-American. He's now a preseason AP All-American and picked as ACC player of the year. Starters Cameron Johnson (12.4 points) and Kenny Williams (11.4) are back on the perimeter, which also has junior point guard Seventh Woods competing to take Berry's job. There's also a rotation of serviceable big men, led by sophomores Garrison Brooks and Sterling Manley.
Who's new: The Tar Heels have their best recruiting class in years, perhaps not coincidentally as they emerge from years of uncertainty due to a now-resolved NCAA academic case. Wing Nassir Little is the kind of five-star McDonald's All-American and possible one-and-done talent that shunned the Tar Heels in recent years. There's another McDonald's All-American in Coby White, an top-25 national recruit who will compete to be the new point guard after setting a North Carolina state scoring record with more than 3,500 points in high school. And the 6-foot-7 Rechon "Leaky" Black brings size and versatility to the perimeter.
The Skinny: There's no questioning talent and scoring potential on a team with Maye, Johnson and Williams joined by the touted rookie class. There are two main questions here: the Tar Heels need White or Woods to play well at the point with Berry gone, and that revolving door of big men needs to provide some interior toughness that was lacking at times as UNC leaned heavily on a small-ball lineup last year. If the eighth-ranked Tar Heels resolve both issues, this is a Final Four contender.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have UNC at 10-to-1 to win it all, tied with Villanova for the fifth-best odds nationally.
No. 8 UNC hosts Stanford in Little's home debut

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Eighth-ranked North Carolina finally plays a home game and there will be a familiar face arriving for Monday night's game at the Smith Center.

That's because the visiting team is Stanford, which is coached by former North Carolina assistant coach Jerod Haase.

While the coaching angle is one of the storylines, it figures that Tar Heels fans will be more excited to see freshman forward Nassir Little in action on the home court.

North Carolina (2-0) went to Wofford and Elon for road outings to begin the season.

Many of those supporters were on hand at nearby Elon, where Little racked up 21 points on 9-for-13 shooting Friday night in what some observers described as a coming out party.

"I'm trying to learn and adjust," Little said. "I like to bring energy."

Little has played as a reserve, logging 20 minutes in North Carolina's second game. The only freshman in the starting lineup so far has been point guard Coby White, who said the nerves have started to fade.

"I feel like all the jitters were (gone)," White said. "I feel I played a lot better than against Wofford. We all played more comfortable. We got more comfortable on the court. We're starting to grow as a team."

Stanford (2-0) is on an East Coast swing, winning Friday night at UNC Wilmington, which is coached by C.B. McGrath. Haase and McGrath were Kansas teammates under Roy Williams and later together on the North Carolina staff before landing head coaching jobs.

"It's also part of the process right now," Haase said of playing away from home. "The guys have to learn how to the road."

Haase said the maturing is something he hopes to see develop on the trip.

"We maintained our composure for the most part, which is really good for a young team," Haase said, noting his team stopped settling for 3-point shots after the opening minutes at UNCW. "I liked the way we started attacking more on the offensive end."

Meanwhile, North Carolina senior guard Kenny Williams has a total of one point in the first two games of the season. His offensive snags are something that coach Williams said he won't make an issue.

"He's one of our best shooters," Roy Williams said. "It's not going into the hole for him right now. But I'm also a guy that believes I'm not going to give him any pointers. His shot is good, just keep practicing and keep positive thoughts."

North Carolina has tapped numerous offensive sources, with four players -- Luke Maye, Garrison Brooks, Cameron Johnson and Little -- already producing outings with 20 or more points. It's the first time in more than 50 years that four Tar Heels have logged 20-point games through two contests.

The 116-67 romp at Elon marked the 60th time a Tar Heels team coached by Williams reached the 100-point mark in his 16 seasons. The point total matched the most scored by North Carolina under the Hall of Fame coach.

North Carolina is 101-7 in home openers, including 29-2 at the Smith Center.

North Carolina is 11-0 all-time against Stanford, including a 96-72 road victory last season. This is Stanford's third visit to Chapel Hill, but first since November 1988.

The Tar Heels have won 10 consecutive meetings against Pac-12 teams.

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