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25 years ago this week, an ailing Jim Valvano returned to NC State’s Reynolds Coliseum

Every seat in Reynolds Coliseum was filled. The attraction was more than the 10th anniversary celebration of the 1983 NCAA championship, more than the contest that followed against Duke. Fans came to see the restless architect of that ’83 title, the man who’d been run off the N.C. State campus amidst a cloud of scandal. They’d come to see Jim Valvano. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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