2012 Elite Eight, North Carolina Vs. Kansas: James Michael McAdoo Starring For Tar Heels

Much of the talk heading into North Carolina's Elite Eight showdown with fellow basketball blue-blood Kansas was about whether the Tar Heels would miss injured point guard Kendall Marshall. So far, James Michael McAdoo has made up for that injury and another one, and kept North Carolina tied with Kansas, 31-31, in a fast-paced game.

McAdoo has come off the bench to score 10 points and record two steals, leading North Carolina in both categories. That's made up for the absence of John Henson, who has been on the bench and having his ankle looked at for much of the first half.

Similarly, Thomas Robinson's carrying the Jayhawks: he's got 11 points and four rebounds, and just stepped into a rare three. Jeff Withey's contributed seven points for Kansas, but Robinson's eight shots are as many as Kansas's next three most-used shooters combined.

For up-to-the-minute scores on all NCAA Tournament games, please check out SI.com's complete scoreboard.

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, stick around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub, and remember to pick up our printable NCAA Tournament bracket. For more on North Carolina, head to Carolina March; for more on Kansas, check out Rock Chalk Talk.

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