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Why did Terquavion Smith return to a struggling NC State?


WHEN NC STATE TOOK on Purdue in mid-December of last season, the attention was all on the Boilermakers. They had just moved to No. 1 in the AP poll, and guard Jaden Ivey was in the midst of a sophomore campaign that would ultimately vault him to becoming a top-five pick in the NBA draft.

Ivey didn’t disappoint on that Sunday afternoon, finishing with 22 points and seven rebounds in the 82-72 overtime win. But it was his NC State counterpart who caught the eyes of NBA personnel watching.



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