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Bagley chooses Duke, could make Blue Devils preseason No. 1

Wolfpack adds former Buckeyes recruit Braxton Beverly

ACC Releases Conference Basketball Matchups for the 2017-18 Season

UNC announces 2017-18 non-conference schedule

North Carolina's Kenny Williams undergoes knee surgery

NC State adds grad transfer guard Sam Hunt to hoop roster

Louisville's Pitino suspended for 5 ACC games

Duke Basketball departs Aug. 17 for Dominican Republic exhibition tour

NC State hires Hamilton as Keatts' 3rd assistant coach

NC State adds transfers from UNCW, Utah

NCAA denies extra-year request by NC State guard Henderson

UNC freshman Tony Bradley is staying in the NBA Draft.

Big man Yurtseven to return to NC State for sophomore season

Duke's Jackson to sign with agent, remain in NBA draft

Tar Heels sign Brooks as late addition to recruiting class

UNC's Berry withdrawing from draft to return for senior year

NC State freshman Kapita on list of early NBA draft entrants

UNC's Berry, Pinson join Bradley in testing NBA draft waters

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