WAKE FOREST (9-14, 2-9 ACC) at No. 25 MIAMI (17-5, 6-4)
Watsco Center, Coral Gables, Fla., 7 p.m., ESPN2
The Deacons’ Doral Moore has climbed to fifth in the league in rebounding (9.1 per game). Miami’s Lonnie Walker IV is ACC Co-Rookie of the Week after averaging 15 points and five assists against Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech.
N.C. STATE (16-7, 6-4 ACC) at VIRGINIA TECH (16-7, 5-5)
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Cassell Coliseum, Blacksburg, Va., 9 p.m., Fox Sports Carolinas
N.C. State has won three straight, and Omer Yurtseven is second in the ACC in field-goal shooting percentage (60.6). ...The Hokies’ Ahmed Hill leads the league in 3-point shooting accuracy (43.7). This game is a sellout.
PRESBYTERIAN (10-15, 3-9 Big South) at WINTHROP (14-9, 8-4)
Winthrop Coliseum, Rock Hill, 7 p.m.
Presbyterian guard Davon Bell (Northside Christian) leads the Big South in assists, (5.0 per game). ...Winthrop’s Xavier Cooks is having a huge season, as he is first in rebounding; second in assists, field-goal percentage and blocked shots; and fourth in scoring.
CAMPBELL (12-12, 6-6) at GARDNER-WEBB (12-13, 7-5)
Porter Arena, Boiling Springs, 7 p.m.
Campbell is led by Chris Clemons (24.4 points per game), the nation’s No. 5 scorer. ...Gardner-Webb’s David Efanayi scored 31 points in the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ 82-80 overtime victory over Campbell last month.
FAYETTEVILLE STATE (3-7 CIAA, 6-15) at JOHNSON C. SMITH (15-7, 8-2)
Brayboy Gym, Charlotte, 7:30 p.m.
This game features the CIAA’s assist leaders, with Johnson C. Smith’s Christian Kirchman (5.5 per game) leading and the Broncos’ Josh Dawson (4.9). ...Fayetteville State has climbed to first place in the CIAA South and has won seven in a row.
No. 2 QUEENS (21-1, 11-1 South Atlantic) at WINGATE (12-10, 9-5)
Cuddy Arena, Wingate, 8 p.m.
It’s a dangerous spot for Queens, as Wingate always plays the Royals tough and has won four of its past five. In their Jan. 3 game, which Queens won 74-58, Hickory’s Kerigan Farley led Wingate with 14 points and five steals. Jalin Alexander led four Queens players in double figures with 15 points.