The NCAA announced Monday it will relocate seven championship events scheduled for North Carolina this academic year in response to the state’s House Bill 2. Among the events that will move: first- and second-round NCAA men’s basketball tournament games that were to be played in Greensboro Coliseum, pictured here in 2015.
The NCAA announced Monday it will relocate seven championship events scheduled for North Carolina this academic year in response to the state’s House Bill 2. Among the events that will move: first- and second-round NCAA men’s basketball tournament games that were to be played in Greensboro Coliseum, pictured here in 2015. File photo by Dwayne McLemore The State (Columbia, S.C.)
The NCAA announced Monday it will relocate seven championship events scheduled for North Carolina this academic year in response to the state’s House Bill 2. Among the events that will move: first- and second-round NCAA men’s basketball tournament games that were to be played in Greensboro Coliseum, pictured here in 2015. File photo by Dwayne McLemore The State (Columbia, S.C.)

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