Be a part of The N&O’s sports activities workers on Nov. 9 to speak faculty basketball.
You’ve acquired hoops questions. We would even have some solutions.
Faculty basketball season is upon us, and after Duke, North Carolina and N.C. State open their seasons on Monday, be a part of The Information & Observer’s sports activities workers on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Tobacco Street Sports activities Cafe in Durham to speak it over.
That’s me, sports activities columnist Luke DeCock, in addition to our N.C. State beat author Chip Alexander, UNC beat author C.L. Brown, Duke beat author Steve Wiseman, writer-at-large Andrew Carter and sports activities editors Natalie Pierre and Justin Pelletier.
We’ve acquired rather a lot to speak about, from North Carolina making an attempt to choose up the place it left off final season to Duke bringing in not solely a brand new crop of one-and-done freshman however Jon Scheyer flying solo to N.C. State retooling its roster on the fly by way of the switch portal. We are able to inform some tales from Brooklyn and New Orleans, too – laborious to consider that was seven months in the past. Seems like final week.
Tickets are free however attendance is restricted. Please be a part of us to get basketball season began proper.
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Sports activities columnist Luke DeCock joined The Information & Observer in 2000 and has coated six Ultimate Fours, the Summer time Olympics, the Tremendous Bowl and the Carolina Hurricanes’ Stanley Cup. He’s the present president of the U.S. Basketball Writers Affiliation, was the 2020 winner of the Nationwide Headliner Award because the nation’s high sports activities columnist and has twice been named North Carolina Sportswriter of the 12 months.