CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) -North Carolina swingman Marcus Ginyard will miss the rest of the season and seek a medical redshirt because of an injured left foot.
The third-ranked Tar Heels announced their decision on Ginyard during the final minutes of their 108-91 rout of Maryland on Tuesday night.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams also said he suspended sophomore forward Will Graves for the rest of the season for failing to ``maintain the standards we expect of a Carolina basketball player.''
Ginyard, a senior who is considered North Carolina's top defender and most versatile player, played in only three games as he was slow to recover from preseason foot surgery.

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