North Carolina men's head basketball coach and Basketball Hall of Famer Roy Williams is having surgery to have a tumor removed from his right kidney, reports WRAL News.
Details about the surgery were not available. North Carolina sports information director Steve Kirschner said that Williams is having a medical procedure, but did not specifically say what the procedure is.
Williams has dealt with vertigo, an inner ear condition that impacts balance, since 2007. Although it hasn’t caused Williams to miss any games, the vertigo symptoms have forced him to sit down at times during games.