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Tim Brant and Mike Hogewood to host event to honor ACC Men’s Basketball greats.
GREENSBORO, NC – The Atlantic Coast Conference will host the annual ACC Men’s Basketball Legends Luncheon presented by New York Life on Friday, March 13 at the Sheraton Four Seasons in Greensboro, North Carolina. The signature event recognizes standouts who have contributed to the league's rich tradition. The 2015 ACC Men’s Basketball Legends will also be honored during a ceremony at halftime of the first semifinal game on Friday, March 13 at the Greensboro Coliseum.
The event will embody the true spirit of ACC Men’s Basketball and will offer attendees the opportunity to meet some of the biggest names in men’s basketball. The event will begin at noon and will conclude with a short autograph session with the Legends.
The hosts for the brunch will be Mike Hogewood, Raycom Sports play by play announcer and host of ACC Basketball Today, and Tim Brant, the Vice President and Director of Sports for ABC 7/WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C.
This year’s ACC Legends class includes two National Players of the Year, a Final Four MVP, six players who earned conference player of the year honors and a pair of ACC Tournament MVPs. The group combined to make seven NCAA Final Four appearances and capture 10 ACC Tournament titles. The two coaches in this year’s class own a combined 971 wins in 51 collegiate seasons. More information on this year’s Legends class can be found at theACC.com/legends.
The following ACC Legends will be honored:
Boston College Malcolm Huckaby
Clemson Horace Grant
Duke Shane Battier
Florida State Doug Edwards
Georgia Tech Bobby Cremins
Louisville Junior Bridgeman
Miami Darius Rice
North Carolina Franklin “Rusty” Clark
NC State Vinny Del Negro
Notre Dame Troy Murphy
Pitt Billy Knight
Virginia Donald Hand
Virginia Tech Charlie Moir
Wake Forest Dave Budd
2015 New York Life ACC Tournament: The 2015 New York Life ACC Tournament will be played March 10-14 in the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. The tournament will begin on Tuesday and will conclude with a primetime championship game on Saturday. All 13 games will be nationally televised by ESPN and the ACC Network. For more information on the full week of ACC festivities visit theACC.com/ACCTourney.