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N CAROLINA (16 - 4) at VIRGINIA TECH (13 - 6)
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Monday, 1/22/2018 7:00 PM
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N CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-4+59-710-882.741.246.0%43.571.233.641.3%31.3
Road Games7-3+34-53-777.738.242.8%
Last 5 Games4-1+11-23-
Conference Games5-201-33-476.338.042.4%
N CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)82.741.230-6446.0%8-2137.8%15-2173.4%441218155134
vs opponents surrendering68.831.824-5841.8%8-2234.3%12-1870.7%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)77.738.228-6642.8%8-2236.1%13-1872.8%431215165133
Stats Against (All Games)71.233.626-6241.3%10-2737.1%10-1567.0%31715196125
vs opponents averaging75.735.727-5846.2%8-2237.4%14-1971.8%36915176124
Stats Against (Road Games)71.135.925-6240.8%10-2538.6%11-1570.9%35814186145

VIRGINIA TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-6-11.88-710-485.641.552.1%34.673.034.242.8%33.1
Home Games10-2-1.25-35-288.243.454.2%36.268.433.341.0%30.4
Last 5 Games2-3-2.21-44-176.837.448.9%28.881.037.249.0%34.6
Conference Games2-4-3.21-54-273.334.346.7%28.378.836.349.0%35.3
VIRGINIA TECH Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)85.641.530-5752.1%9-2239.7%18-2473.3%35718166133
vs opponents surrendering73.134.826-5943.5%8-2334.7%13-1971.0%36914196143
Team Stats (Home Games)88.243.431-5854.2%8-2138.8%17-2374.6%36718145124
Stats Against (All Games)73.034.226-6242.8%8-2334.1%12-1869.0%33914196134
vs opponents averaging7434.626-5944.2%8-2234.0%14-2070.1%371014187144
Stats Against (Home Games)68.433.325-6141.0%8-2432.6%10-1470.7%30813185133
Average power rating of opponents played: N CAROLINA 79.1,  VIRGINIA TECH 74.1
N CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/6/2017W CAROLINA104-61W-32.5W154.5O37-6556.9%531723-6833.8%2515
12/17/2017@ TENNESSEE78-73W-1W156U29-6743.3%441625-6737.3%3913
12/23/2017*OHIO ST86-72W-7.5W153.5O26-5745.6%391726-5944.1%2514
12/30/2017WAKE FOREST73-69W-14L162U27-6839.7%491225-6339.7%347
1/3/2018@ FLORIDA ST80-81L1T165U31-7740.3%41728-5749.1%3715
1/6/2018@ VIRGINIA49-61L4.5L134U16-5429.6%421924-5345.3%3011
1/9/2018BOSTON COLLEGE96-66W-14W156O39-7850.0%58824-6238.7%235
1/13/2018@ NOTRE DAME69-68W-5L147U26-6142.6%37723-6634.8%4511
1/20/2018GEORGIA TECH80-66W-14T140O28-6642.4%461429-6048.3%2515
1/22/2018@ VIRGINIA TECH              
1/27/2018NC STATE              
1/30/2018@ CLEMSON              
2/10/2018@ NC STATE              
2/12/2018NOTRE DAME              

VIRGINIA TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/6/2017RADFORD95-68W-21W -31-5062.0%28824-5543.6%2413
12/10/2017MD-EAST SHORE93-40W - -35-6454.7%42615-5427.8%2511
12/16/2017@ KENTUCKY86-93L6L157.5O32-5558.2%301933-6848.5%3311
12/19/2017PRESBYTERIAN63-55W - -26-5448.1%391221-5935.6%279
12/28/2017N CAROLINA A&T76-59W - -29-5949.2%391223-6237.1%3011
12/31/2017@ SYRACUSE56-68L3L144.5U18-5234.6%261223-4748.9%3915
1/10/2018@ WAKE FOREST83-75W2W156O29-5750.9%301131-7044.3%4013
1/13/2018@ LOUISVILLE86-94L5L148.5O30-6149.2%301931-5952.5%3416
1/20/2018FLORIDA ST82-91L-2L161O32-6053.3%251331-5853.4%3710
1/22/2018N CAROLINA              
1/27/2018@ NOTRE DAME              
1/31/2018@ BOSTON COLLEGE              
2/7/2018NC STATE              
2/10/2018@ VIRGINIA              
2/14/2018@ DUKE              
N CAROLINA: Last season: 33-7, won program's sixth NCAA championship.
Who's gone: SF Justin Jackson, F/C Kennedy Meeks, F Isaiah Hicks, F Tony Bradley Jr., G Nate Britt.
Who's back: Final Four Most Outstanding Player Joel Berry II (14.7 points) returns at the point, though he could miss the start of the season after breaking a bone in his right hand. The Tar Heels return senior swingman Theo Pinson and junior wing guard Kenny Williams III, while March hero Luke Maye ' who hit the last-second shot against Kentucky to send UNC to the Final Four ' is the lone returnee up front.
Who's new: The Tar Heels found experienced help in Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson to fill Jackson's role on the wing. There's also a freshman class led by guard Jalek Felton and includes size in Garrison Brooks, Sterling Manley and Brandon Huffman.
The Skinny: The return of Berry and Pinson gives the Tar Heels toughness and leadership, and they can use plenty of combinations on the perimeter with a deep backcourt. The question is whether they can find reliable production inside considering their Hall of Fame coach prefers to have two big men and emphasizes rebounding. How the Tar Heels answer that will determine whether they have any chance to make it to the final Monday night in April for a third consecutive season.
VIRGINIA TECH: Last season: 22-11, lost to Wisconsin in first round of NCAA Tournament.
Who's gone: F Zach LeDay, G Seth Allen, G Ty Outlaw, Khadim Sy
Who's back: G/F Chris Clarke, eventually. The Hokies' most athletic player sustained a torn ACL last season and, depending on who you talk to, could be ready for the start of the season, or not at all. He averaged 11.4 points and 7.3 rebounds and provides boundless energy. G Ahmed Hill. He also averaged 11.4 points and was second on the team with 59 3-pointers, which have always been a big part of the offense for what always seems to be a undersized team, and is again.
Who's new: True freshmen Wabissa Bede, Nickeil Alexander-Walker and P.J. Horne and redshirt freshman Tyrie Jackson are all being counted on to boost the Hokies' outside shooting and provide depth to a team that has only six returnees with experience in the rigors of ACC play.
The Skinny: Virginia Tech basically outscored people last season, but is less likely to be able to do that this year. Williams has pledged an increased emphasis on defense, and while his players seem on board, the absence of experienced depth or proven defensive stoppers will make last year's success hard to replicate.
No. 15 North Carolina wants sustained success vs. Hokies

This is no time for North Carolina to be making too much of a four-game winning streak that appears to have the No. 15 Tar Heels back on track.

They've got another game Monday night, with a quick turnaround taking them to meet Virginia Tech at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va.

"It's tough, but it's part of ACC play," North Carolina guard Joel Berry II said, referring to the Saturday-to-Monday stretch.

The Tar Heels (16-4, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) have been on an upswing after a pair of conference road losses.

Virginia Tech (13-6, 2-4) has lost back-to-back games for the second time since the start of its conference schedule. The fluctuating results have been frustrating for Hokies coach Buzz Williams.

"I think we've got a team good enough to beat any team the rest of the season and I think we've got a team that's good enough to get beat by any team the rest of the season," he said.

Hokies junior guard Justin Robinson is coming off a career-best 26-point outing in a 91-82 home loss to Florida State on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the grind of the season is something the Tar Heels have come to embrace. They've been challenged in the second half of their last three games, including a one-point escape at Notre Dame in their most recent road assignment.

"It is hard to get wins in the ACC," North Carolina senior Theo Pinson said. "When you have a winning streak like this, you just want to keep it going. Know every night is going to be a battle. We have a quick turnaround. We have a big-time game on Monday night against Virginia Tech."

North Carolina has established itself again as one of the country's top rebounding teams despite lacking a major post presence. In Saturday's 80-66 victory against Georgia Tech, the Tar Heels held a 46-25 rebounding advantage.

At the offensive end, that resulted in a season-high 26 second-chance points. That helped offset 42.2 percent shooting from the field, a mark that reflected the second-worst shooting rate in a North Carolina victory this season.

"Hopefully we'll shoot the ball better because I think we could possibly be as good of a shooting team as I've ever had but we didn't show it (against Georgia Tech)," North Carolina coach Roy Williams said.

Senior guard Joel Berry was one of the players with shooting woes, going 3-for-17 from the field Saturday. But made a career-high nine free throws (on 10 attempts) and matched a career-best with eight rebounds.

Virginia Tech has been outrebounded in five of its six ACC games, with double-digit rebounding margins in three of those games.

The Hokies will hope to benefit from an energized environment for North Carolina's visit. It has been designated a "black-out" with fans encouraged to wear black.

For the Virginia Tech team, the focus is on trending in the right direction.

"Regardless of who we play, we know we have to improve," Buzz Williams said. "I've got to help (our players) figure out how so that defensively we can get some stops. ... I think North Carolina is maybe as good as any team we've played. We've got to figure out something so we can be better defensively."

Last Updated: 2/16/2019 1:56:10 PM EST

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