On ACC ALL ACCESS This Week: Thursday, March 10

March 9, 2011

  • Thursday, March 10 at 2 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas
  • Thursday, March 10 at 10 p.m. on SportSouth

Duke guard Nolan Smith was named 2011 Men's Basketball ACC Player of the Year after finishing the regular season first in scoring (23.4) and second in assists (4.9). Smith is on the short list for various national player of the year awards as well. ACC All Access profiles Smith and his role as a big brother to the young players on the Blue Devils squad.

The ACC Hall of Champions opened for business last week at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex during the ACC Women's Basketball Tournament. North Carolina State head coach Kellie Harper and her Wolfpack team give you a tour of the Hall, including its interactive games and life-size mascots.

Then our Sunday Night Hoops broadcast team of Tim Brando and Mike Gminski previews the upcoming ACC Men's Basketball Tournament. Will Duke win their 10th ACC championship in 13 years or is this the year North Carolina claims the title? Brando and Gminski offer their thoughts.

And the ACC All Access women's basketball player profile features a pair of Duke Blue Devils - Jasmine Thomas and Karima Christmas. Thomas was named ACC Tournament MVP for the second straight year, while Christmas had 13 points and nine rebounds in Duke's victory over North Carolina in the ACC Championship Game. Christmas was also named All-ACC Tournament First Team for the second straight year.

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