Chris Strohsahl

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UNC vs. Illinois: Beyond the Box


The Tar Heels loss Tuesday night can best be characterized as a generally uneven game in which the Heels executed poorly and failed to take advantage of opportunities that presented themselves. ...

UNC vs. CoC: Beyond the Box


When we did the basketball roundtable almost four weeks ago, I stated that the Charleston game was the first of the three most important games on the (regular season) schedule. While the Heels...

UNC vs. UNCA: Beyond the Box


To quote Doc from last night, "Well, it was a win at least." Despite the fact that UNC come out slow and finished slower, the Heels were able to use a 16-minute stretch of solid offensive play...

UNC vs. Vandy: Beyond the Box


Hard to say what was more fun this weekend: my bout with gastroenteritis or watching the Heels on offense. (I kid, I kid... and only because I care.) With their (not-a-secret-this-time) loss to...

UNC vs. Hofstra: Beyond the Box


Well, that was fun! As THF correctly pointed out in his recap, one does have to be careful not to read too much into a win like this, and likewise, the statistical analysis of such a lopsided game...

UNC vs Lipscomb: Beyond the Box


The Tar Heels opened their 2010-2011 season on Friday night against Lipscomb, and for the 6th consecutive time, they did so with a victory. The Heels came out unexpectedly slow and trailed early,...

National Signing Day


Get your pens ready, because it's that time of year again! Photo Credit: ESPN/McAdoo Family So let's waste no time introducing the newest members of the Carolina basketball tradition... James...

Player Profile: Larry Drew


In the ramp up to the 2010-11 basketball season, Tar Heel Fan will be profiling key Tar Heels who will likely be major contributors this season. Today’s profile looks at guard Larry Drew II V...

Player Profile: Dexter Strickland


In the ramp up to the 2010-11 basketball season, Tar Heel Fan will be profiling key Tar Heels who will likely be major contributors this season. Today’s profile looks at guard Dexter...

Looking forward by looking back


Now that Late Night with Roy is over, and practice in full swing, it is time to begin looking forward to what is expected to be a bounce-back year for the North Carolina basketball program. ...

Harrison Barnes Joins an Elite Club


The final RSCI rankings for the Class of 2010 have been released, and while there is no surprise at the top, the end result is still no less impressive: Harrison Barnes is the #1 player in the...

Jack to visit Chapel Hill?


According to Adam Zagoria, it appears likely that the athletic PF/C from Rice H.S. in Manhattan will be making a trip to UNC in the near future: Kadeem Jack is a hot commodity right now, so hot...

Ranking the NCAA Tournament Champions


Well, with the close of that monstrous version of "One Shining Moment," (seriously, is the NCAA determined to ruin everything about the Tournament?) Duke is the new National Champion. The...

Why Duke will probably win the NCAA Tournament


And trust me, this is not something I want to be writing in any way, shape, or form. However, the trends from the last 10 Final Fours, along with the numbers from this Final Four do not predict...

ACC Tournament 1st Round Open Thread


Yes, it has not been a season to remember for UNC fans, but for for basketball junkies, which I suspect a lot of us are, the next 10 days are about the best 10 days of the year. March Madness has...

At least someone is winning something...


That someone would be Harrison Barnes, and the something is the 2010 Morgan Wooten Player of the Year. In an entry to his ESPN blog, Christopher Lawlor notes that the award is not only a reward for...

A quick look at the future.


Since much of the talk lately has been about the future, and because we are about to enter into the High School All-Star game period, here are some highlight videos of the next generation of Tar...

Sophomore Point Guards at UNC


The Tar Heel basketball program has been the beneficiary of a long tradition of good-to-stellar play at the point guard position. As a result of this, as well as the departure of Ty Lawson, who...

Drew II and Strickland: Part II


In column posted two and a half weeks ago, we took a first look at how the performance Larry Drew II and Dexter Strickland varied when they were playing with and without each other. Though the...

Injury Update: Good News / Bad News Edition [UPDATED]


Update: UNC has announced that Travis Wear is out indefinitely with a severely sprained ankle, but there is no fracture. -- First, the good news: Tyler Zeller has been cleared to begin shooting and...

Drew II and Strickland


For much of the season, there has been a significant debate as to whether Dexter Strickland should begin to eat away at some of Larry Drew's minutes at PG. In essence, this debate has boiled down...

A look at defense and efficiency


The previous statistical attempts to pinpoint a (or the) cause of UNC's struggles this year looking at guard play and turnovers were telling in that they really didn't tell us much at all. Neither...

Tempo and Turnovers


Turnovers (and the frequency with which they are occurring) have been a key talking point this season and this has only been amplified the last 36 hours on the heels of UNC's somewhat stunning...

Terrible news at Southern Indiana


Southern Indiana senior Jeron Lewis died after falling during last night's game at Kentucky Wesleyan. Lewis' feet became tangled during play under the basket and he fell hitting his head. The...

A look at the guards.


In a previous post, Doc raised 5 questions about the current team as it stands today. In keeping with this theme, I wanted to take a statistical look at one of the preseason’s biggest questions:...

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