While North Carolina’s win over Duke in the Final Four on Saturday night was certainly worth celebrating, it doesn’t complete UNC’s goals for the season.

Star center Armando Bacot made it clear on Sunday that North Carolina intends to hang a new banner this season — and you don’t get that for just beating Duke.

Still, UNC’s victory over Duke on Saturday night was certainly emotional. Some players were even brought to tears after the final buzzer sounded on North Carolina’s instant-classic 81-77 win.

It would be fair to question whether or not North Carolina can ramp back up again — mentally and emotionally — in time to face a No. 1-seeded Kansas team on Monday night. The Jayhawks have been simply dominant in March, winning 4 of their 5 NCAA Tournament games by 10+ points.

North Carolina is play in its 21st Final Four, which is an all-time record. The Tar Heels are also in pursuit of their 7th National Championship in program history.

Hubert Davis insists that’s more than enough motivation for his team.

“These guys have just been fantastic — because I want them to celebrate tonight,” Davis said on Saturday night. “I just do. This is a special moment for them. This is a special moment for our program. So I want them to enjoy themselves. And so that’s important.

“But we have more than enough time to prepare for an unbelievable Kansas team. And playing for the national championship, if you’re not motivated for that, you shouldn’t be playing.”

Tipoff is at 9:20 p.m. ET on Monday night.