Carolina Tarheels Hold Off the Miami Hurricanes

Rookie player Harrison Barnes of the North Carolina Tar-heels had a heavenly game in Miami on January 26th, 2011, driving his group to a 74-71 success over the Miami Hurricanes. Barnes sank a three-pointer giving them the edge with just six seconds left in the final quarter.

The Hurricanes began right on time with a noteworthy lead, however the Tar-heels had the option to press ahead. This new success gives North Carolina seven games in succession that they have beat the Miami Hurricanes just as further developing their season record to 14-5.

During the final quarter of the game, Barnes handled Miami Hurricanes a fifteen-foot shot with one moment and nine seconds passed on to bind to the score. In spite of the endeavors of Miami’s Malcolm Grant to land a three-pointer to lead the group to additional time, he missed and the Carolina kept the lead. Miami had a season-high thirteen three-pointers in the game. Miami had the option to sink four of those three-pointers in succession in the main half putting Miami up 18-4 after under seven minutes in the game.

The Tar-heels had the option to score on nineteen of 22 belongings. The second 50% of a to and fro with thirteen lead changes. Nonetheless, North Carolina had the option to hold off Miami without a solitary crate as of now, completing the game 74-71.

With exhibitions by Harrison Barnes just being a green bean, the Tarheels have a solid newbie in their group. The Tar-heels proceed to play North Carolina State and Boston College, two exceptionally solid groups, yet the exhibition of the Tarheels behind their talented first year recruit, Harrison Barnes, ought to have the option to proceed with their continuous achievement and strength as they head towards March Madness.