Kendall Marshall in removable splint

By Mike Rutherford – College Basketball Editor Bomani Jones breaks down UNC's chances in the rest of the NCAA Tournament without point guard Kendall Marshall. Mar 21, 2012 – North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall's availability for Friday's Sweet

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall underwent successful surgery on Monday morning to insert a screw in his fractured right wrist, according to his father. Roy Williams says Marshall's status for

Taylor Zarzour of WFNZ in Charlotte joined Vandermeer and Lopez and they discussed the NCAA Tournament and how the injury to Kendall Marshall hurts UNC's chances to go further.

Sophomore Kendall Marshall has a fractured scaphoid bone in his right wrist, coach Roy Williams announced after the victory. Kendall Marshall's status is unknown, but his importance to North Carolina's national-title hopes is not, writes Eamonn Brennan

After surgery on Kendall Marshall's broken right wrist Monday, the sophomore point guard's status is still unknown for the Sweet 16. In the meantime, the Tar Heels are forced to prepare for playing without him. Marshall's