The North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball team is a Division I program for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The team is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and play their home games at the Dean E. Smith Center. The Dean E. Smith Center, known as the “Dean Dome” has a capacity of 21,750 people and was built in 1986. In the team’s tenure at the storied venue, they have four seasons where they finished undefeated at home. The arena is also notable for the fact that legendary coach Dean Smith coached in the building named after him for his final eleven seasons as coach. The team is currently coached by Roy Williams, who after taking over a team that had missed the NCAA Tournament two years in a row, has led the Tar Heels to a 257-68 record, winning two National Championships, and the Elite Eight or later in five of his nine seasons coaching the team.
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