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Pack absence from draft

Several events have happened around N.C. State since 1996. Polo shirts and boat shoes became popular -- with girls; 1,000 new apartment complexes have sprouted around campus; and Matt Doherty was hired and, unfortunately, fired as UNC basketball coach. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 6/23:</b></small> <li><a href="" target=blank><b>Melvin preaches versatility to NBA</b></a>

Quote of the Day:"I've looked at the goods things and the bad things that could happen." Melvin said. "I might go in the second round, I might not be drafted...I've looked at the possibilities." - Marcus Melvin as he awaits the 2004 NBA draft

Pack absence from draft
Ryan Reynolds * Technician
Fuller will best be remembered as the player who made the Les Robinson coaching era semi-terrible - a step above absolutely horrendous. Fuller was not only a good collegiate basketball player, he was a genius, graduating with nearly a 4.0 in mathematics. Read More

Melvin preaches versatility to NBA
Austin Johnson * Technician
All Marcus Melvin can do now is wait. With the 2004 NBA draft only a day away, there is nothing more left for Melvin to do. He played in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. He participated in the Chicago pre-draft camp. He's shown NBA teams what he can do on the court, now he has to sit back and see if any of them are convinced. Read More

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