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McDougald–McLendon Arena
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Durham, North Carolina

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Eagles

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 22 North Carolina  -  Howard
01 Feb 22 North Carolina  -  Norfolk State
12 Feb 22 Morgan State  -  North Carolina
15 Feb 22 Coppin State  -  North Carolina
19 Feb 22 North Carolina  -  Delaware State

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25 Jan 22 Maryland-Eastern Shore  63 - 75  North Carolina
22 Jan 22 Delaware State  49 - 73  North Carolina
15 Jan 22 South Carolina  P - P  North Carolina
11 Jan 22 North Carolina  P - P  Coppin State
08 Jan 22 North Carolina  P - P  Morgan State

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The North Carolina Central Eagles men's basketball team is the basketball team that represents North Carolina Central University, which is located in Durham, North Carolina, United States. The team currently competes in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
Prior to 2011, the Eagles competed in NCAA Division II and won the 1989 NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Championship. For much of the university's tenure in Division II, the school (formerly "North Carolina College") was a member of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association.
Two Eagles have been selected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame:
Sam Jones - former NCCU player - inducted as a player in 1984.
John McClendon - former NCCU coach - inducted as a "contributor" in 1979, and as a coach in 2016

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McDougald-McLendon Arena is a 3,500-seat multi-purpose arena in Durham, North Carolina. Opened in 1950, it is home to the North Carolina Central University Eagles basketball and volleyball teams.
Arena namesake John McLendon helped organize "The Secret Game" between then named North Carolina College and Duke University Medical School in 1944, which was the first fully integrated college basketball game.

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