2004–05 North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
2004–05 North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball
University of North Carolina Tarheels Interlocking NC logo.svg
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Ranking
Coaches #1
AP #2
2004–05 record 33–4 (14–2 ACC)
Head coach Roy Williams
Assistant coach Joe Holladay
Assistant coach Steve Robinson
Assistant coach C. B. McGrath
Home arena Dean Smith Center
Seasons
« 2003–04 2005–06 »

The 2004–05 North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball team represented University of North Carolina. The Head Coach was Roy Williams. The team played its home games at the Dean Smith Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and was a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Roster[edit]

Name [1] # Position Height Weight Year Home Town High School
Jesse Holley 0 Guard 6–3 190 Sophomore Roselle, NJ Abraham Clark
Melvin Scott 1 Guard 6–2 190 Senior Baltimore, MD Southern
Raymond Felton 2 Guard 6–1 198 Junior Latta, SC Latta
Reyshawn Terry 3 Forward 6–8 214 Sophomore Winston-Salem, NC R. J. Reynolds
Jackie Manuel 5 Guard/Forward 6–5 189 Senior West Palm Beach, FL Cardinal Newman
Quentin Thomas 11 Guard 6–3 175 Freshman Oakland, CA Oakland Technical Senior
Jawad Williams 21 Forward 6–9 218 Senior Cleveland, OH St. Edward
Wes Miller 22 Guard 5–11 185 Sophomore Charlotte, NC New Hampton Prep (N. H.)
Marvin Williams 24 Forward 6–9 230 Freshman Bremerton, WA Bremerton
Damion Grant 25 Center 6–11 267 Junior Portland, Jamaica Brewster Academy (N. H.)
Rashad McCants 32 Forward/Guard 6–4 207 Junior Asheville, NC New Hampton Prep (N. H.)
David Noel 34 Forward 6–6 224 Junior Durham, NC Southern Durham
C. J. Hooker 35 Guard 6–2 188 Senior Palmer, AK Palmer
Byron Sanders 41 Forward 6–9 230 Junior Gulfport, MS Harrison Central
Sean May 42 Forward/Center 6–9 266 Junior Bloomington, IN Bloomington North

Schedule[edit]

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site (Attendance)
Exhibition
11/05/04* #4 Winston-Salem State W 113–54  Dean E. Smith Center (15,125)
11/05/04* #4 Mount Olive W 100–69  Dean E. Smith Center (14,457)
Regular Season
11/19/04* #4 at Santa Clara
(Pete Newell Challenge)
L 66–77  0–1 The Arena in Oakland (12,313)
11/22/04* #4 vs. BYU
(Maui Invitational)
W 86–50  1–1 Lahaina Civic Center (2,500)
11/23/04* #11 vs. Tennessee
(Maui Invitational)
W 94–81  2–1 Lahaina Civic Center (2,500)
11/24/04* #11 vs. Iowa
(Maui Invitational)
W 106–92  3–1 Lahaina Civic Center (2,500)
11/28/04* #11 USC W 97–65  4–1 Dean E. Smith Center (19,995)
12/01/04* #9 at Indiana
(Big Ten/ACC Challenge)
W 70–63  5–1 Assembly Hall (17,404)
12/04/04* #9 #8 Kentucky W 91–78  6–1 Dean E. Smith Center (21,750)
12/12/04* #8 Loyola (IL) W 109–60  7–1 Dean E. Smith Center (19,136)
12/19/04 #5 at Virginia Tech W 85–51  8–1 (1–0) Cassell Coliseum (9,847)
12/21/04* #4 Vermont W 93–65  9–1 (1–0) Dean E. Smith Center (19,717)
12/28/04* #4 UNC Wilmington W 96–75  10–1 (1–0) Dean E. Smith Center (19,989)
12/30/04* #4 Cleveland State W 107–64  11–1 (1–0) Dean E. Smith Center (18,537)
01/02/05* #4 William & Mary W 105–66  12–1 (1–0) Dean E. Smith Center (18,418)
01/08/05 #3 #22 Maryland W 109–75  13–1 (2–0) Dean E. Smith Center (21,750)
01/12/05 #3 #8 Georgia Tech W 91–69  14–1 (3–0) Dean E. Smith Center (21,750)
01/15/05 #3 at #4 Wake Forest L 82–95  14–2 (3–1) LJVM Coliseum (14,665)
01/19/05 #6 at Clemson W 77–58  15–2 (4–1) Littlejohn Coliseum (10,000)
01/22/05 #6 Miami (FL) W 87–67  16–2 (5–1) Dean E. Smith Center (20,714)
01/29/05 #3 at Virginia W 110–76  17–2 (6–1) University Hall (7,953)
02/03/05 #2 NC State
(Carolina-State rivalry)
W 95–71  18–2 (7–1) Dean E. Smith Center (21,750)
02/06/05 #2 at Florida State W 81–60  19–2 (8–1) Donald L. Tucker Center (8,681)
02/09/05 #2 at #7 Duke
(Carolina-Duke rivalry)
L 70–71  19–3 (8–2) Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314)
02/13/05* #2 at #19 Connecticut W 77–70  20–3 (8–2) Hartford Civic Center (16,294)
02/16/05 #4 Virginia W 85–61  21–3 (9–2) Dean E. Smith Center (20,643)
02/19/05 #4 Clemson W 88–56  22–3 (10–2) Dean E. Smith Center (20,323)
02/22/05 #2 at NC State
(Carolina-State rivalry)
W 81–71  23–3 (11–2) RBC Center (19,722)
02/27/05 #2 at Maryland W 85–83  24–3 (12–2) Comcast Center (17,950)
03/03/05 #2 Florida State W 91–76  25–3 (13–2) Dean E. Smith Center (21,243)
03/06/05 #2 #6 Duke
(Carolina-Duke rivalry)
W 75–73  26–3 (14–2) Dean E. Smith Center (22,125)
ACC Tournament
03/11/05 #2 vs. Clemson
(Quarterfinals)
W 88–81  27–3 MCI Center (20,301)
03/12/05 #2 vs. #25 Georgia Tech
(Semifinals)
L 75–78  27–4 MCI Center (20,301)
NCAA Tournament
03/18/05* #1-S vs. #16-S Oakland
(First Round)
W 96–68  28–4 Charlotte Coliseum (23,207)
03/20/05* #1-S vs. #9-S Iowa State
(Second Round)
W 92–65  29–4 Charlotte Coliseum (23,207)
03/25/05* #1-S vs. #5-S Villanova
(Sweet Sixteen)
W 67–66  30–4 Carrier Dome (30,916)
03/27/05* #1-S vs. #6-S Wisconsin
(Elite Eight)
W 88–82  31–4 Carrier Dome (30,132)
04/02/05* #1-S vs. #5-AU Michigan State
(Final Four)
W 87–71  32–4 Edward Jones Dome (47,754)
04/04/05* #1-S vs. #1-C Illinois
(Championship Game)
W 75–70  33–4 Edward Jones Dome (47,262)
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. ( ) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time Rank in NCAA tournament indicates seed in the region, S-Syracuse region, AU-Austin region, C-Chicago region.

Tar Heel Times [1]

NCAA basketball tournament[edit]

  • West
    • North Carolina 96, Oakland 68
    • North Carolina 92, Iowa State 65
    • North Carolina 67, Villanova 66
    • North Carolina 88, Wisconsin 82
  • Final Four
    • North Carolina 87, Michigan State 71
    • North Carolina 75, Illinois 70

[2]

Awards and honors[edit]

Team players drafted into the NBA[edit]

Year Round Pick Player NBA Club
2005 1 2 Marvin Williams Atlanta Hawks
2005 1 5 Raymond Felton Charlotte Bobcats
2005 1 13 Sean May Charlotte Bobcats
2005 1 14 Rashad McCants Minnesota Timberwolves
2006 2 39 David Noel Milwaukee Bucks
2007 2 44 Reyshawn Terry Orlando Magic

[4]

References[edit]