Former UNC basketball standout Luke Maye will continue his professional basketball career in one of the best leagues in the world. Luke Maye is heading back to Spain to continue his professional basketball career. According to The British Tar Heel, Maye has signed a contract with Coviran Granada in Liga...
Former North Carolina star Luke Maye is back in the Tar Heel state. On Tuesday, the Greensboro Swarm, the NBA G League affiliate of the Charlotte Hornets, announced that the team acquired Maye’s returning rights from the Wisconsin Herd (Milwaukee Bucks affiliate) for former Duke forward Javin DeLaurier (returning rights).
Former UNC basketball standout and fan favorite Luke Maye is headed back to North Carolina, as the Greensboro Swarm have acquired rights to him from the Wisconsin Herd. The Greensboro Swarm, the G-League League affiliate of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets, have acquired the rights to former North Carolina Tar Heels power forward Luke Maye. The organization announced the trade on Tuesday, completing a transaction that sends the rights to Javin DeLaurier to the Wisconsin Herd, the Milwaukee Bucks’ G-League affiliate located in Oshkosh.
The Greensboro Swarm announced Tuesday that the team successfully completed a trade with the Wisconsin Herd, the G-League affiliate of the Milwaukee Bucks. The trade sends former UNC star Luke Maye to the Swarm in exchange for Javin DeLaurier - whom the Swarm held returning rights to. Maye went undrafted...
Former North Carolina star forward Luke Maye is close to a deal to play for BAXI Manresa, according to Chema de Lucas of EuroHoops.net. BAXI Manresa is a professional basketball club based in Manresa, Spain. The team plays in the Liga ACB. Maye last played for the Italian squad Dolomiti...
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Four years ago, Luke Maye hit one of the most famous shots in UNC basketball history. In 2017, Maye edged Kentucky in the final second with an 18-foot jumper. The shot clinched a 75-73 win in a March Madness instant classic and launched a million Tar Heel fans skyward. In many ways, it was similar to Michael Jordan’s shot to win a national championship for UNC in 1982.
As long as North Carolina basketball is played, Luke Maye will be remembered for his game-winning shot against Kentucky in the 2017 Elite Eight that propelled the Tar Heels to the Final Four and eventually their sixth NCAA Championship victory. However, according to Maye, his part in UNC’s magical run to Roy Williams’s third title almost never happened.