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NCAA’s political stance on HB2 played a role in Duke’s loss on Sunday


Duke did not lose because the NCAA’s politics. Duke lost because they were a flawed basketball team and South Carolina exploited those flaws. They played in Greenville, South Carolina, because the NCAA decided to move all of their events out of North Carolina due to the discriminatory House Bill 2. And that, in turn, gave the Gamecocks a slight home court advantage. (NBC Sports)


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