Wake Forest (12-16, 5-11 ACC) at N.C. State (21-8, 10-6)
9 p.m., PNC Arena. TV: WBTV
Wake Forest forward Devin Thomas had a gigantic game in Wakes win over the Pack on Jan. 22. Thomas finished with 25 points, 14 rebounds, four blocks, four assists and three steals. His previous scoring high was 12 points and the most since is 17, which he had against Maryland on Saturday. However, N.C. State has won more games against Wake Forest (136) than any other ACC team. State has won five of six against the Deacons. The Wolfpack has won five of the past six against the Deacons.
North Carolina (21-8, 11-5 ACC) at Maryland (20-9, 8-8)
7 p.m., Comcast Center. TV: ESPN
North Carolina junior Reggie Bullock proved his rebounding ability early in the season but it has become especially valuable in the recent weeks since coach Roy Williams made the much-discussed lineup change. Since, Bullock has at times been the Tar Heels best rebounder. He had 10 Sunday against Florida State, and tied his season-high with 13 rebounds in the victory against N.C. State on Feb. 23. Bullock and the new-look Tar Heels will face their most difficult rebounding challenge yet against Maryland, which is one of the best rebounding teams in the nation. Andrew Carter
Charlotte (18-10, 6-8) at Duquesne (8-20, 1-13)
7 p.m., Palumbo Center
Both teams have lost four straight. For the Dukes, its been that long since they won their only Atlantic 10 game (84-83 at Temple). Nothing has gone right for Charlotte during its losing streak, including giving up a season-high 104 points against St. Bonaventure on Saturday. Charlottes lone bright spot in the loss against the Bonnies was freshman guard Ivan Benkovic, who scored a career-high 15 points on 5-of-9 3-point shooting. Like the 49ers, Duquesne has three freshmen in the starting lineup: point guard Derrick Colter, guard-forward Jeremiah Jones and forward Quevyn Winters.