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North Carolina sophomore forward James Michael McAdoo.
The North Carolina Tar Heels are not the team they have been in year's past, but will likely be taking part in the NCAA Tournament.
North Carolina has been up and down in conference play to say the least. They lose two games, win three games, drop one game, win three more, lose two, and then win three in a row.
This shows a lack of consistency from this Tar Heel basketball team, even though they are currently on a three-game winning streak.
As inconsistent as the Tar Heels have been this season, they are still averaging 78.1 PPG, 40.8 RPG, and 17.7 APG.
UNC has been led by sophomore forward James Michael McAdoo.
McAdoo has averaged an impressive 18.0 points and 9.0 rebounds in the Tar Heels' past two games.
Junior guard-forward Reggie Bullock and sophomore guard P.J. Hairston have also chipped in this season for the Tar Heels as well.
Bullock has averaged 14.1 PPG and 6.0 RPG this season. Hairston, on the other hand, has averaged 13.3 PPG.
UNC is going to have their hands full in their last four games of the regular season.
Watch out for Clemson to upset North Carolina at home on Thursday. The Tigers fell just short of upsetting Miami on February 17.
Florida State won't be as difficult at home, but finishing the season at Maryland and at home against Duke will be no easy task. If the Tar Heels go 3-1 in these four games, that will be considered a success.
North Carolina appears to be in good position to make the NCAA Tournament.
The only way they could not make it is if they finish the regular season with a 1-3 record and have an early exit in the ACC Tournament.