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July 2, 2012

Video reel: N.C. Pro-Am opening night



DURHAM - The North Carolina Pro-Am kicked off last Thursday at North Carolina Central, with a mixture of future, current and past NC State players.

Newcomers Rodney Purvis, Tyler Lewis and Ralston Turner, were able to play in front of some NC State fans for the first time. Purvis, who scored 35 points and had six assists, played in the N.C. Pro-Am for the first time since 2010.

Star junior power forward C.J. Leslie had 30 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks in his third N.C. Pro-Am. Former NC State players Alex Johnson and Tracy Smith also took part.

The Wolfpacker also has three mixes of dunks put together from three different games, including clips from NC State players. Louisville freshman power forward Montrezl Harrell also put on a show in the part I mix.

Some of the other players who stood out at the Pro-Am include former Duke standout Nolan Smith of the Portland Trail Blazers, Blue Devils fifth-year senior guard Seth Curry, former NCCU standout Dominique Sutton, former Notre Dame star Ben Hansbrough, North Carolina redshirt junior Leslie McDonald, sophomore P.J. Hairston and former NBA and UNC standout Rasheed Wallace.

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