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  • Backing The Pack: NC State bounces back with 84-65 win over Detroit

    NC State got over the disappointment of its season-opening loss to Georgia Tech with a strong performance against Detroit and picked up a routine 84-65 win as a result. The Wolfpack came into the afternoon as a 21-point favorite, per KenPom.Markell Johnson was, thankfully, back on the court after sitting out the opener, and while he was just 1-8 shooting the ball, he finished with a game-high 10 assists. But State didn't need scoring from Markell to bury Detroit, which trailed by double figures for the last 27 minutes or so of the game. NC State's win probability never fell below 95% all day.

  • Pack Insider: Markell Johnson Moves into 8th Place in NC State History in Assists

    Head Coach Kevin Keatts met with the media in his postgame press conference after NC State's 84-65 victory over Detroit-Mercy yesterday. You can watch it here, or check out the bulleted breakdown below. Any time you get your first win of the year with a new group of guys, it is exciting. I thought we did some really good things tonight.
    Braxton Beverly did a great job with a career-high of 23 points and made 6 three pointers. He did a tremendous job of getting us going.

    It was good to have Markell Johnson back on the floor.

  • Pack Insider: Kevin Keatts Press Conference After Detroit-Mercy: BULLETED

    Head Coach Kevin Keatts met with the media in his postgame press conference after NC State's 84-65 victory over Detroit-Mercy yesterday. You can watch it here, or check out the bulleted breakdown below. Any time you get your first win of the year with a new group of guys, it is exciting. I thought we did some really good things tonight.
    Braxton Beverly did a great job with a career-high of 23 points and made 6 three pointers. He did a tremendous job of getting us going.

    It was good to have Markell Johnson back on the floor.

  • Pack Insider: Braxton Beverly's Hot Hand Propels NC State to a 84-65 Victory over Detroit-Mercy

    NC State picked up their first victory of the season tonight, leaning on the hot hand of Junior Guard Braxton Beverly. He scored a career-high 23 points, knocking down a career-high 6 three-pointers (6-8).Senior Point Guard Markell Johnson made his season debut today, dishing out 10 assists and grabbed 7 rebounds. His shot wasn't falling, making only 1 of his 8 shots for a total of 3 points.

    Redshirt Senior C.J. Bryce splashed he state sheet once again, with 19 points (8-11 FG), 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals.

    NC State might have a phenom on their hands in Redshirt Freshman Manny Bates.

  • Pack Insider: NC State 84 Detroit-Mercy 65: BOX SCORE

    NC State Men's Basketball team will kick off their non-conference schedule today against Detroit-Mercy, and the Wolfpack enter the contest as 19.5-point favorites.NC State The total has gone UNDER in 6 of North Carolina State's last 9 games.
    North Carolina State are 7-2 SU in their last 9 games played in November.

    Detroit-Mercy Detroit are 4-9 ATS in their last 13 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Detroit's last 6 games.
    Detroit are 0-7 SU in their last 7 games against an opponent in the Atlantic Coast conference.

  • Pack Insider: NC State is a 19.5-Point Favorite Over Detroit-Mercy

    NC State Men's Basketball team will kick off their non-conference schedule today against Detroit-Mercy, and the Wolfpack enter the contest as 19.5-point favorites.NC State North Carolina State are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games.
    The total has gone UNDER in 6 of North Carolina State's last 9 games.
    North Carolina State are 7-2 SU in their last 9 games played in November.

    Detroit-Mercy Detroit are 4-9 ATS in their last 13 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Detroit's last 6 games.

  • Reno Gazette Journal: Men's basketball: Nevada wakes up and rallies past Loyola Marymount

    Nevada beat Loyola Marymount, 72-67, Saturday night. Lindsey Drew had 24 points and nine rebounds for the pack. Jazz Johnson added 20 points. Jim Krajewski, jkrajewski@rgj.comIt took about three-fourths of the game, but then Nevada got going and roared past the Lions.

    Nevada beat Loyola Marymount, 72-67, Saturday night in men's basketball. Lindsey Drew had 24 points and nine rebounds for the Wolf Pack. Jazz Johnson added 20 points as coach Steve Alford picked up his first win at Nevada (1-1).

    Nevada got its first lead with 10 minutes, 13 seconds left, on a 3-pointer by Johnson to make it 50-47.

  • Pack Insider: Rivals: "Stars Aligning for NC State to Land Hall & Moore"

    Corey Evans, National Basketball Analyst over at Rivals.com, believes that the stars are aligning for NC State to land Moravian Prep teammates 5-Star Forward Josh Hall and 3-Star Guard Shakeel Moore.

    Keep an eye on Josh Hall, because the five-star could be nearing his commitment. Alabama, DePaul and Louisville remain involved, but NC State has the greatest chance of landing Hall. The Wolfpack have invested a whole lot into his recruitment but, if there is one program to keep an eye on it is DePaul, which was the final program to host him for an official visit two weeks ago.

  • Pack Insider: Kevin Keatts Press Conference After GT Loss: BULLETED

    NC State's Men's Basketball team didn't get off to the start they wanted in 2019-20, losing to Georgia Tech 82-81 in overtime on Tuesday night at home. You can watch head coach Kevin Keatts postgame press conference here, or you can check out a bulleted breakdown below. Very disappointing to lose a game like that.
    Our guys played extremely hard. Played their hearts out.
    Basically had a 7-man rotation.
    Able to play A.J. Taylor for a little bit.
    It is unfortunate we lost the game, but that was a tough game as any games are, but especially to start your season with an ACC game.

  • Pack Insider: Georgia Tech 82 NC State 81: BOX SCORE

    CBSSports has released their list of their Top-100 players in College Basketball heading into the 2019-20 Men's Basketball season, and they ranked NC State Senior Point Guard Markell Johnson as the #48 player in the land.For perspective, NBCSports ranked Johnson 96th, and Jeff Goodman of Watch Stadium ranked him 72nd.

    48. Markell Johnson, NC State: After leading the ACC in assists as a sophomore, Johnson took on a bigger role as a go-to scorer for NC State as a junior. And now with more talent surrounding him, the expectation is that the sophomore and junior versions of himself meld into one of the most productive players in the conference.

  • Pack Insider: Georgia Tech 82 NC State 81: ACCDN Highlight Reel & Condensed Game

    NC State's Men's Basketball team started the season in dramatic fashion last night, losing to Georgia Tech in Overtime 82-81 in PNC Arena. The Box Score is below.Redshirt Junior Forward D.J. Funderburk was suspended indefinitely back on September for a violation of team policy. As a result, he was not allowed to practice with the team, or do anything basketball related with the program.

    On September 25, Funderburk was involved in a parking incident on campus that is definitely a factor in his suspension, but there are more than likely other factors involved.

    Head Men's Basketball Coach Kevin Keatts shares with the media yesterday that Funderburk was back practicing with the team, but he wouldn't reveal when he would return to gameplay.

  • Pack Insider: NC State's Markell Johnson Misses Season Opener With Ankle Sprain

    Senior Point Guard Markell Johnson missed NC State's season opener last night against Georgia Tech to kickoff basketball on the ACC Network. The Pack could have really used their best player, ultimately falling to the Yellow Jackets 82-81 in Overtime.Johnson sprained his ankle in practice roughly 4 days ago, coming down on someone's foot.

    "Markell Johnson came down on someone's foot in practice maybe four days ago and has a pretty good sprain. We want to be careful with him, so I don't know what his status will be for Sunday. We have a day or two off this week and we will continue to get him treatment so we can try to figure out what is going on moving forward.

  • Pack Insider: NC State's Dereon Seabron to Academically Redshirt 2019-20 Season

    NC State Head Coach Kevin Keatts dropped a big blow in his postgame press conference after the Wolfpack's season opening loss to Georgia Tech at home. To add insult to injury, 4-Star Freshman Guard Dereon Seabron (Massanutten Military Academy) will have to academically redshirt this season.

    "Dereon Seabron has had a high ankle sprain for two or three weeks. It is a nagging injury that we hope we can get better. This year, Dereon Seabron will be an academic redshirt. He has been hurt, so we tried to appeal to the NCAA about it, but we lost the appeal so he will not be available to play.

  • Pack Insider: D.J. Funderburk Back Practicing with the Pack

    Redshirt Junior Forward D.J. Funderburk was suspended indefinitely back on September for a violation of team policy. As a result, he was not allowed to practice with the team, or do anything basketball related with the program.On September 25, Funderburk was involved in a parking incident on campus that is definitely a factor in his suspension, but there are more than likely other factors involved.

    Head Men's Basketball Coach Kevin Keatts shares with the media yesterday that Funderburk was back practicing with the team, but he wouldn't reveal when he would return to gameplay.

    "We've allowed DJ to be back in practice, so he's practiced with us for a few days now.

  • Backing The Pack: Week 11 Football: What to watch (Basketball Is Back! edition)

    Guess what time of year it is! Tuesday MACtion time! Oh yeah - and College Basketball season is upon us!The ACC is diving in full force on college basketball season this year to try and drive as many eyeballs as possible to the ACC Network, and that's perfectly fine with me. NC State starts off with Georgia Tech in a home game to tip off the season.

    If you're for some weird reason not interested in that - or if you want to multitask and get your fill of college football in - turn on the Ball State @ Western Michigan game at 8:00pm.

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