N.C. State’s Braxton Beverly, middle, rives past Arizona’s Parker Jackson-Cartwright, left, and Allonzo Trier in the Wolfpack’s 90-84 upset win over the Wildcats on Wednesday.
N.C. State’s Braxton Beverly, middle, rives past Arizona’s Parker Jackson-Cartwright, left, and Allonzo Trier in the Wolfpack’s 90-84 upset win over the Wildcats on Wednesday. Tim Aylen AP/Bahamas Visual Services
N.C. State’s Braxton Beverly, middle, rives past Arizona’s Parker Jackson-Cartwright, left, and Allonzo Trier in the Wolfpack’s 90-84 upset win over the Wildcats on Wednesday. Tim Aylen AP/Bahamas Visual Services

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