N.C. STATE (14-7, 4-4 ACC) at No. 10 NORTH CAROLINA (16-5, 5-3)
Smith Center, Chapel Hill, noon, WBTV
N.C. State’s attack is led by Allerik Freeman (13.8 points a game), Omer Yurtseven (13.7) and Torin Dorn (13.1). ... Joel Berry II averaged 19.5 points in the Tar Heels’ 2-0 sweep of the Wolfpack last season. ...Members of the Tar H eels’ 1967, ’68 and ’69 ACC championship teams will be honored at halftime Saturday.
No. 2 VIRGINIA (19-1, 8-0) at No. 4 DUKE (18-2, 6-2)
Cameron Indoor Stadium, 2 p.m., WBTV
Duke is 11-3 at home in games involving two top-five teams. It’s the nation’s top defense (Virginia allowing an average of 51.6 points a game) against the top offense (Duke averaging 91.7). ...The Cavs’ scoring leader is Kyle Guy (15.7). ... Duke’s Marvin Bagley III is second nationally in double-doubles (16).
WAKE FOREST (8-12, 1-7 ACC) at LOUISVILLE (15-5, 5-2)
KFC Yum Center, Louisville, 8 p.m., WMYT
The Deacons, who have lost six straight, got 18 points and 12 rebounds from Doral Moore in a midweek loss to Duke. ...Louisville has held six of seven ACC foes to less than 40 percent field-goal shooting, and Anas Mahmoud is fourth nationally in blocked shots (3.55 a game).
TEXAS TECH (16-4) at SOUTH CAROLINA (13-7)
Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, noon, ESPN2
Don’t look for a lot of scoring here. Texas Tech leads the Big 12 and is seventh nationally in scoring defense (62.1 points a game). The Red Raiders also lead the league in field-goal percentage defense (39.2). ...South Carolina is second in the SEC and 39th nationally in scoring defense (65.9).
OLD DOMINION (15-4, 6-1 Conference USA) at CHARLOTTE (5-13, 1-6)
Halton Arena, Charlotte, 7 p.m.
In the teams’ first meeting, ODU shot 53 percent from the floor, held the 49ers to 30 percent and won by 32 points. Charlotte is trying to snap a five-game losing streak, but guard Jon Davis has been on a hot streak, averaging 26 points in the 49ers’ past four games.
CAMPBELL (12-9, 6-3 Big South) at WINTHROP (12-8, 6-3)
Winthrop Coliseum, Rock Hill, 2 p.m.
Campbell’s Chris Clemons (25.2 points a game) leads the league in scoring and is fourth nationally. The Camels’ problem is weak rebounding. That’s the strength of Winthriop’s Xavier Cooks, who is tied for first in the league (9.1 rebounds a game).
LONGWOOD (6-16, 3-6 Big South) at GARDNER-WEBB (10-12, 5-4)
Paul Porter Arena, Boiling Springs, 3 p.m.
Longwood ranks last in the Big South in scoring offense and defense. The Bulldogs’ Liam O’Reilly is second in the league in 3-point shooting percentage, third in assists and sixth in assist-to-turnover ratio.
ARKANSAS STATE (7-14, 2-6 Sun Belt) at APPALACHIAN STATE (9-13, 4-5)
Holmes Convocation Center, Boone, 3:30 p.m.
Cold shooting has plagued Arkansas State, which hit only 25 percent from the floor Thursday in a loss at Coastal Carolina. ...Former Providence Day standout Isaac Johnson had two key free throws and 11 rebounds in the Mountaineers’ overtime victory Thursday against Little Rock.
ANDERSON (7-12, 5-6 South Atlantic) at No. 3 QUEENS (19-1, 11-1)
Levine Center, Charlotte, 4 p.m.
Anderson’s Randall Shaw averages 16.5 points, but the Trojans have trouble on the boards, as they rank last in the league in rebounding. ...Queens ranks 10th nationally in rebounding. And the Royals are holding teams to an average of 67.5 points a game – best in the league.
JOHNSON C. SMITH (11-7, 4-2 CIAA) at WINSTON-SALEM STATE (4-14, 2-7)
Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex, Winston-Salem, 4 p.m.
The Golden Bulls have won three straight, and Forest City’s Roddric Ross had 21 points Wednesday against Livingstone. ...The host Rams, who rank near the bottom of the CIAA in defense, have lost six straight and haven’t won in more than a month.