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Charity B-Ball Classic

submitted by Kay_Yow on Friday, April 19 at 12:53 PM

This Sunday, NC State students and recent alums will hoop it up with a team of "all-stars" from K97.5. Come out to Reynolds Coliseum at 4 p.m. to see NCSU prime time ballers--Koren Robinson, Anthony Grundy, Archie Miller, Talisha Scates, Darryl Willie, Andrew Payne, and others--represent the Wolfpack.

Tickets are available at NCSU Ticket Central for $3. All proceeds will go to benefit the Jimmy V Foundation, St. Jude Children's Hospital and the Wolfpack Student Inititative.

NCSU Ticket Central
Jimmy V Foundation
St. Jude Children's Hospital

posted by Maugan on Friday, April 19 at 1:01 PM

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packgrad2k1
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Andrew Payne playing basketball? I'd pay much more than $3 to see that!

--M

4/19/2002 4:45:25 PM

doozer511
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HA! same reason i'm going!! should be quite amusing!

4/19/2002 4:57:14 PM

roguewolf
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maybe i'll take my family there for my Bday.....hmmm.....unclear the future is, always in motion.

4/19/2002 6:34:52 PM

Hemogoblin
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I should get gothed out in my skirt and bondage shirt and go out there and laugh at them all. rawk!

4/20/2002 7:54:29 AM

Kay_Yow
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we lost, but the game was a lot of fun.

does anyone that went know who the male #45 was? His dunks were nasty.

4/21/2002 7:18:12 PM

j_sun
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i believe his name was charles moore...he's #32 for the st. augustine falcons

4/21/2002 7:21:58 PM

Tom Green
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I'm really disappointed that Miller and K-Rob didn't show. It was a charity event! It's also odd that they gave us our money back. The guy I talked to said something about them not wanting to take money if they weren't going to make much, but that didn't make any sense to me. While it was decent for the price, I'm still disappointed by how the whole thing turned out.

4/21/2002 11:01:55 PM

Kay_Yow
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I had fun, though I was disappointed that K-Rob didn't bother showing up.

The UAB guy came to me and wanted to give me my money back too because they were going to make a contribution to the charities instead. Money for the Jimmy V Foundation, St. Jude Children's Hospital and the Wolfpack Student Inititative? You can have my three bucks?

4/22/2002 10:21:19 AM

mdaldrich
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would someone explain those last two comments - specifically:
1) did they charge for admission?
2) did uab say they were going to give away their student fees which are designated solely for programming to charity?

i'm also interested in:
how many attended?
who actually planned/executed/publicized the event?
was it indoors?

4/24/2002 8:00:50 PM

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