The 18th-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels have already racked up two wins over Top Five opponents this season—more than any other program in the nation. It certainly wasn't easy, though, and much credit should be given to UNC's head coach, Roy Williams.
His 11th year leading the storied program in Chapel Hill may prove to be his best year of coaching yet. With P.J. Hairston and Leslie McDonald still awaiting decisions from the NCAA, Coach Williams is having to work with only one true wing on the roster.
Between a lack of depth on the wing and an overabundance of posts, he's having to do some serious shuffling to make the pieces fit together. It has certainly made for some interesting rotations, and the timeliness of some of his groupings had a lot to do with those big wins over Louisville and Michigan State.
In the following slides, I've compiled five of the best situational lineups for 2013-14, in the absence of Hairston and McDonald.