T.J. WARREN RUMORS & GOSSIP
North Carolina State's T.J. Warren, the reigning ACC Player of the Year, announced Tuesday that he will enter his name into the 2014 NBA Draft.
The 6-foot-8 sophomore led the ACC and was third in the nation in scoring at 24.9 points per game and set an NC State school record for points in a season with 871 this year. He scored 20 or more points in a game a school-record 31 times...
ACC Player of the Year T.J. Warren, a star forward for NC State, still has two years of collegiate eligibility remaining. According to multiple reports Monday morning, he’ll be forgoing them to enter this year’s NBA Draft. But according to Warren himself, he’s still undecided.
Warren took to Twitter right after reports surfaced, making sure his fans knew that he isn’t 100...
North Carolina State sophomore T.J. Warren has decided to enter the June NBA draft, sources told Yahoo Sports.
Warren reached the decision with his family on Sunday and had been expected to inform the N.C. State coaching staff of his decision early this week, sources told Yahoo Sports.
A formal announcement is expected to come soon.
Warren, a 6-foot-8 forward, had 28 points in...
It’s about that time of the year when top NCAA D-1 basketball players decide on their futures, and one of the best players in the country has made his decision.
T.J. Warren, North Carolina State’s high-scoring sophomore forward, has decided to forego his final two years and enter the 2014 NBA Draft:
N.C. State sophomore T.J. Warren has decided to enter the NBA Draft...
Well that was quick.
Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that North Carolina State star forward T.J. Warren is entering the NBA Draft.
N.C. State sophomore T.J. Warren has decided to enter the NBA Draft, sources tell Yahoo. Formal announcement will come early this week.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) March 24, 2014
Warren is as gifted a scorer as you’ll find, the ACC Player...
Here are three things we gleaned from No. 5 Saint Louis's overtime victory over 12th-seeded North Carolina State on Thursday -- a surreal classic that was equal parts exhilarating and frustrating ... for both cheering sections:
1. It was a tale of two (second) halves for an N.C. State club that had been enigmatic all season
With 8:13 left in the second half, sophomore star T...
DAYTON, Ohio - T.J. Warren's slow start to Tuesday night's First Four game included two quick fouls and a few forced shots against a swarming Xavier defense.
Warren would recover.
Xavier would not.
The NCAA tournament selection committee made NC State and Xavier the final two teams in the field of 68, and it took Warren and his teammates only a little more than a half to...
North Carolina State advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament on Tuesday night with a 74-59 victory over Xavier in Dayton.
It was the second of four play-in games in the 68-team field. Earlier on Tuesday, Albany defeated Mount St. Mary’s 71-64.
The 12th-seeded Wolfpack will play No. 5 seed Saint Louis in the Midwest region. The winner of that matchup likely will play...
For the first 25 to 30 minutes of scoreboard-clock time, Tuesday night’s bubble version of the First Four felt like the matchup of fringe NCAA teams it was.
Then, the North Carolina State Wolfpack said a firm but polite goodbye to the Xavier Musketeers.
A game that featured plenty of choppy sequences, to the extent that it needed turnovers to create points for much of the first...
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RALEIGH, N.C. -- Things already looked pretty dire for N.C. State headed into last night's home tilt against Maryland (11-8, 3-3 ACC), and that was before N.C. State found out that it would be without the leading scorer in the ACC, T.J. Warren (22.2), with a sprained ankle.
Maryland was a winnable home game for the Wolfpack, of course. But N.C. State had lost three straight...