Weekend Watch: June 14-16
The Diamond Heels are on the ground in Omaha and ready to compete in their sixth College World Series in the last eight years. Before I take to the air myself, I wanted to share some links with you ahead of the weekend.
Here's what you should know: Carolina takes on North Carolina State at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday on ESPN2. Here's your tournament bracket. The Tar Heels' next game will come Tuesday, either at 3 p.m. or 8 p.m., depending on what happens Sunday. Of course, all games will be broadcast on the Tar Heel Sports Network as well. Listen live on GoHeels.com or Chapelboro.com.
The Tar Heels are 2-1 against the Wolfpack in 2013, after having split the meetings in Raleigh and with Carolina taking a 2-1 decision in 18 innings in the ACC Tournament. N.C. State will send sophomore left-hander Carlos Rodon to the bump while Carolina counters with junior southpaw Kent Emanuel. Those two have never matched up against one another.
Parks Jordan drew a walk that forced in the game-winning run on Tuesday. Bobby Hundley breaks it down.
Spencer Herlong has a nice photo essay on the last N.C. State and Carolina battle, the 18-inning thriller at DBAP.
Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp is in session, and that means the annual player-alumni camp games are taking place. Our Adam Lucas breaks down this week's game.
Danny Green exploded for 27 points in the Spurs' Game 3 NBA Finals win over the Heat. He opened his postgame press conference in style. With the series now knotted at two, game five is Sunday in San Antonio at 8 p.m. on ABC.
With two weeks to go, Reggie Bullock is making a late push in NBA Draft projections.