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On Thursday, it was announced that Little had flu-like symptoms and was questionable for Friday night play vs No. 5 seed Auburn. Taking the heels is facing the tigers at 19:29 p.m. EDT in the Sprint Center.
"He didn't feel good last night," said UNC head coach Roy Williams on Thursday afternoon. "He drove a bit of a temperature this morning and didn't want to eat. I didn't take him here to the arena with us."
] I do not foresee making a decision before playtime, but if he is like he is now, there is no way he can play, "added Williams.
video of the UNC's Friday firing:
– Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) March 29, 2019
On Thursday, Little quarantined from the team and
Little was fantastic in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament – no doubt his best two performances of the season, scoring 19 points in 17 minutes against Iona and following it with 20 points and seven rebounds in 21 minutes to Washington, he was 17 to 24 (70.8 percent) from the field in the two games.
Slightly averages are 10.0 points and 4.7 rpm. Game. He has played in all 35 games for Tar Heels and is on average 18.3 minutes per contest. "For us to be as dangerous as we can be, I have to play at high level, so that's what I'm trying to do," Little said after Sunday's victory. "I just attacked the weak spots in the zone … My teammates did a good job finding me in those areas."
Throughout the season, Little, a former 247Sports Composite five-star freshman, focused to win. "If you know me, you know I came here to win," Little said. "I have said it since day 1. I could care less about the individual, I just want to win. I am blessed to be part of it."