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Check out the video. North Carolina State fans stormed the basketball court following the 84-76 win over No. 1 Duke. Look closely and you’ll see a student pushed out onto the court in a wheelchair. The excited NC State fans knock him over.
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After North Carolina State's upset of No. 1 Duke in Saturday's ACC college basketball matchup, the home fans at Raleigh stormed the court, including one fan in a wheelchair who was wheeled out to center court (reportedly by the student body president), and the wheelchair-bound
The video appears to show the wheelchair-bound fan getting knocked over by the first wave of...
NC State forward C.J. Leslie doesn't exactly know how he ended up hoisted upon fans' shoulders near midcourt Saturday afternoon, the chanting, yelling, exuberant Wolfpack crowd celebrating around him.
Richard Howell doesn't mind all the attention going to his more heralded North Carolina State teammates. The senior is focused on ensuring his team meets its potential as an Atlantic Coast Conference contender.
The 6-foot-8 forward is providing interior toughness and relentless rebounding for the No. 20 Wolfpack. And heading into Saturday's home game against top-ranked Duke...
A day removed from Duke’s first loss of the season most Blue Devils fans sat down to watch football or perhaps the big basketball game of the day between Ohio State and Michigan not expecting to hear bad news.
Duke’s Ryan Kelly is said to be of action for 2-4 weeks but according to CBS’s Seth Davis it could be much longer than that.
Other than the highlights that would...
For clarification I do think the game between No. 1 Duke and No. 20 NC State on Saturday is a big game, in fact it is the biggest game between these two teams since the early 2000s if not the 1980s.
CJ Leslie and Lorenzo Brown are looking to get a win over Duke on Saturday in Raleigh.
However, there are no titles at stake, and while both teams are at the top of the ACC standings...
Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s top-ranked Blue Devils (15-0, 2-0 in the ACC) have passed every major test so far this season.
Senior center Mason Plumlee has led Duke to the No. 1 ranking in college basketball. Here is a preview of the Blue Devils.
According to Ken Pomeroy, Duke has a 13.6% chance of running the table in the regular season. There are only three games in which they have less than an 80% chance of winning. At Miami (68%), at Virginia (78%), and today's game at NC State (79%). If they win today their odds jump to 17%. Though, to be fair, his odds don't account for the injury to Ryan Kelly.
Here are the...