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N.C. State's T.J. Warren entering NBA draft

North Carolina State forward T.J. Warren will forgo his final two years of eligibility and enter the NBA draft, the school has announced.

Warren was voted the ACC Player of the Year this season and averaged 24.9 points per game while leading the Wolfpack to the NCAA Tournament, where they were ousted by St. 111 more words

NBA

Tyler Lewis to transfer from N.C. State

Tyler Lewis is transferring out of the N.C. State program, the school announced in a release late on Saturday night.

“I’d like to thank NC State, my teammates and coaches and the Wolfpack Nation for the past two years,” Lewis said in a statement. 119 more words

As usual, No. 12 seeds finding success

By THOMAS O’TOOLE

No. 12 seeds are at it again.

The darlings of the bracket upset, 12 seeds won two games on Thursday and took another to overtime. 168 more words

NCAA

Poor foul shooting, late-game execution costs No. 12 NC State in overtime loss

With 5:03 remaining in regulation a T.J. Warren layup gave NC State a 59-45 lead, and regardless of the result of Warren’s free throw to complete the three-point opportunity it seemed as if the Wolfpack were on their way to the round of 32. 361 more words

ACC Tournament: No. 7 Duke outlasts N.C. State behind balanced effort

One of the hottest debates of the late college basketball season was the ACC Player of the Year battle between T.J. Warren of North Carolina State and Jabari Parker of Duke. 416 more words

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Late Night Snacks: No. 16 Iowa State, N.C. State among Friday's winners

Friday’s Bubble Banter

GAME OF THE DAY: Arkansas State 116, Arkansas-Little Rock 114 (4OT)

The wildest game of the day was played at the Sun Belt tournament in New Orleans, with the Red Wolves final beating the Trojans after four overtimes were played and 230 points were scored. 1,636 more words

ACC Tournament: No. 11 Syracuse's shooting a concern entering NCAA tournament

A familiar refrain from Syracuse fans as much of the nation expressed concern about their offense in ACC play was that the 11th-ranked Orange were still an efficient group, ranking 28th nationally in adjusted offensive efficiency per Ken Pomeroy’s numbers. 339 more words