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Men’s Basketball: NC State 73 Campbell 67: BOX SCORE

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NC State Men’s Basketball improved to 2-0, beating Campbell 73-67. Below is the Box Score.

Sophomore Terquavion Smith scored 17 of his 19 points in the 1st half, had a team high 6 assists, and also chipped in 3 steals. He only took 4 shots in the 2nd half, missing all of them.

Senior Point Guard Jarkel Joiner literally won the game for the Pack in the second half. He scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half when NC State was desperate to find offense. He also had 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.

Senior Forward Jack Clark was the only other player that scored in double digits, scoring 10 points on a poor 2 of 7 shooting. He did have a team high 9 rebounds and a team high 4 steals.

The Wolfpack’s defense was poor this evening, allowing the Camels to shoot 47.2%, and an unacceptable 55.6% from beyond the arc.

The Wolfpack will be back in action next Tuesday in PNC Arena against FIU at 9pm.

Matthew is Co-Owner of Pack Insider. He writes for all sports, with a focus on football and recruiting, and is in charge of business strategy. He is an NC State alum who majored in business. Matthew is also the lead pastor of The Point Church in Cary, NC.

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Rev
Rev
24 days ago

Clark has really impressed. 10 pts 7 rbds 4 steals and only 2 fouls is phenomenal. Joiner sealed the deal last night. Terq played half a game superbly. But Clark was the blue collar guy.
This team needs the learn/remember how to get the ball inside.

Papajohn
Papajohn
24 days ago

That is a rough offense to prepare for, glad we (barely) survived it. Credit for adjusting and cutting down on the back door cuts in the second half. If they hadn’t shot 55% from 3PT, it wouldn’t has been close. But credit to them for getting the ball to the open shooter, and to those shooters for hitting them. Can’t believe our 3PT shooting went so cold. We had some good looks. Pass played better, solid 12 mins. Ross got 9 mins in a tough game, good to see. They’ll keep improving. Gantt was dressed, but probably wasn’t ready for… Read more »

Dof87
Dof87
24 days ago

Our bigs struggled against that princeton type offense, kept getting pulled too far out. Glad to get any kind of win this early when upsets are common. 3pt shooting was 0’fer except for Smith, ouch.

I guess now we know what Jarkel can do for us.

I listened to Jarkel’s radio post game interview, I really like that kid, seems super mature, humble, and ‘gets it’.

Last edited 24 days ago by Dof87
Afterglow
Afterglow
24 days ago
Reply to  Dof87

I think most bigs will struggle in a Princeton style offense for the reason you pointed out. I liked Jarkel as well. We had some nasty ish scoring droughts.

Rev
Rev
24 days ago
Reply to  Afterglow

Not sure what happened to the Community board, prolly too much spam, but glad to hear from you now.

Papajohn
Papajohn
23 days ago
Reply to  Rev

Yep, seemed like they shut it down shortly after another of those foreign language posts hit. Sorry to see it go, but that platform was never going to be a long term solution.
I did like the fact that those on it (it it’s earlier iteration) generally were a little less ‘we lost a game, burn the place down’ than you see elsewhere.

Last edited 23 days ago by Papajohn

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Men’s Basketball: NC State is a 22-Point Favorite Over Coppin St

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NC State (7-2) will host Coppin St (4-6) tonight in Reynolds Coliseum, and the Wolfpack are 22-point favorites. The Total is sitting at 157.5.

  • Coppin State is 6-4 Against the Spread this year.
    • The Total has gone Over in 7 games, Under in 2, and Pushed in 1.
  • NC State is 5-3-1 Against the Spread this year.
    • The Total has gone Over in 6 games, and Under in 3.

Tipoff is at 7pm, and the game will be broadcast on ACC Network Extra.

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Men’s Basketball: NC State Ranked 55th in First NET Rankings of 2022-23

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The first NET Rankings of the 2022-23 Men’s College Basketball season are out, and NC State is ranked 55th after their first 9 games (7-2).

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This marks the 5th season in which the NET Rankings have been used to as the NCAA’s primary tool for evaluating teams, especially when it comes to NCAA Tournament selection time.

The NET includes more components than just winning percentage. It takes into account game results, strength of schedule, game location, scoring margin, net offensive and defensive efficiency, and the quality of wins and losses.

The number of Quadrant 1 wins and Quadrant 3/4 losses will be incredibly important when it comes time for NCAA tournament selection and seeding. (how many years was isaiah written before jesus)

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NC State to Wear Throwback Jerseys Tomorrow Night in Heritage Game to Honor 1983 Championship Team

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The NC State Men’s Basketball team will wear vintage throwback jerseys tomorrow night when they take on Coppin State in the 2022 Heritage Game, paying homage to the 1983 National Championship team.

I know it’s just my opinion, but I wish they would simply play in these jerseys all year!

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Kevin Keatts Postgame Press Conference After Pitt: BULLETED

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NC State Head Coach Kevin Keatts met with the media in his postgame press conference after the Wolfpack lost their ACC opener to Pitt at home 60-68. You can watch it here, or check out a BULLETED breakdown below.

  • We didn’t play well or sharp offensively.
    • You can look at the numbers, and I think, at times because the ball wasn’t going in the hole for us, it affected us on the defensive end.
    • It was one of those gritty games where you’ve got to figure out how to win the game, especially when the ball isn’t going in.
    • Terquavion Smith carried us early in the game, but a couple of our guys never really got into a flow, and offensively we struggled.
    • When we struggled, I thought we gave up some easy baskets on the other end.
    • Obviously, today’s kids, when the ball is not going in offensively, sometimes it affects you on the defensive end.
    • It wasn’t our night offensively tonight.
  • When you look at our team, what’s made us special this year is that we’ve been consistent and have 4 guys in double figures, and tonight we didn’t have that.
  • We had some good play from DJ Burns. He came in and did a good job.
  • We’ve gotta get back in the gym and get better. We’ll work on some things.
  • I have to stand up, take accountability, and get us better on the offensive end, and we’ll figure out how to make some shots.
  • Not to take away from Pitt’s defense, I thought we missed shots.
    • Surely, give them credit because they won the game, and I thought it was a slugfest, and they won the game that way, but I just thought we missed a lot of easy shots that we normally would make.
  • I remember looking out there at the game as we played, and some of the shots that he [Joiner] normally would make, even his drives to the rim, he didn’t finish.
  • They [Pitt] did a good job getting back in transition. A lot of Casey’s [Morsell] shots have come with him running the floor and getting out in transition.
    • They stayed at home. When you’re shooting the ball as well as he is, they did a good job of staying at home.
    • The reason we got so many open looks to our post guys as we rolled, was because they stayed with our shooters a lot.
  • No [they didn’t take too many three’s], that’s who we are.
    • For example, I thought Jack Clark got some great looks.
      • None of them looked good as they came off.
    • Certainly, Terquavion was hot early from 3 and made some shots.
    • It was a weird night for us offensively, and we weren’t clicking as much as I’d hoped we would be.
    • Like I said, we’ve got to get back in the gym, and we’ve got to get some shots up.
  • We’ve got no choice. We’ve got to move on.
    • The great thing about this is that, while unfortunately we lost our ACC opener, we’ve got 19 more of them to play.
    • We’ve got to figure out how to get it back on the other end.
    • It doesn’t define us. It was a good game. Give Pitt credit.
    • We’ve just got to go to work and get ready for our next game and then our next one after that.
  • We hope we play better than we have been playing offensively.
    • You feel bad for our guys, because everything had gone well for them offensively this season.
    • We’ve had great numbers against great teams, when you talk about playing against Kansas, Butler, and Dayton, and tonight, for whatever reason, we didn’t shoot the ball well. We have to make each shot.
  • If you look back on all of Jarkel’s shots, he has taken those all year long.
    • He just missed some, and he is normally pretty good with his pull-up.
      • He didn’t make those, and typically, he would make it to the free-throw line, but he didn’t have many opportunities there.
      • He missed his three-point shots.
    • I know him, and many guys will get to the gym later on. It’s not a mandatory thing, but I know those guys, and they will be working on their shot.
  • We’ve got to flush it.
    • We have to figure out what we did offensively and get better defensively.
    • We have to get back to work and get ready for Coppin State.
  • Our home opener [ACC] here, we wanted to win it.
    • It’s an ACC game, and you know how important these are, but at the end of the day, you can’t put your head down.
    • We’ve got a lot more basketball to play. We have had a really great start to our season, and as I have told the guys in the locker room, don’t let one loss define us.
    • We didn’t let the Kansas loss define us. We moved on, and we’ve got to do the same thing with this one.
  • We’re very encouraging.
    • One thing about guys that miss shots that normally make them, they’re not trying to miss, and so we are trying to give them as much confidence as we can.
    • We’re asking them to do other things to affect the game.
    • One thing I told Jack [Clark], because he has been our best rebounder, was ‘go in there and get you an easy basket, or go in there and get you an offensive rebound.’
    • It’s something to get you going. It’s amazing how it works.
      • You get an easy basket, and then get to the free-throw line to make a shot. All of a sudden, you’ve got your shots going on.
    • I’m telling those guys to do a couple of other things to impact the game.

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