The North Carolina High School Athletic Association notes that fans attending Saturday's NCHSAA championships in Chapel Hill will have a great opportunity to see another attraction on the UNC campus.
The Carolina Basketball Museum, located in the Ernie Williamson Building, will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for free tours by fans attending games next door at the Dean E. Smith Center.
The museum contains a reat collection of memorabilia and displays about the history of Carolina basketball. Fans attending the NCHSAA finals can visit the museum prior to their team's championship or after they leave the high school game during museum hours of operation.
The first game at the Smith Center tips off at noon and sends Chocowinity Southside against defending champion Bishop McGuinness of Kernersville for the 1-A women's championship. Four games are scheduled for the Smith Center and the other four will be played at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh.