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 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham says the school is gathering information on potential improper conduct by members of the men's basketball team a month after the drug arrest of leading scorer P.J. Hairston.
Cunningham's statement Wednesday didn't name any player specifically. He says he and coach Roy Williams ``will support the appropriate disciplinary measures'' for any player if warranted at the completion of the university's investigation.
The school started gathering information after Hairston was arrested in June during a license checkpoint and charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession. He was driving a rented vehicle linked to a convicted felon facing pending drug charges. Hairston is scheduled for an August court hearing.
Cunningham says the school is working to ``bring these matters to resolution as soon as possible.''

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