First-ever Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout to be held at Charlotte’s Spectrum Center Nov. 13

SPRINGFIELD – The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has announced its field of teams for the first-ever Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout, a newly developed college basketball showcase held at Spectrum Center on Fri., Nov. 13. The one-day triple-header will feature Virginia-Temple, Virginia Tech-Davidson, and East Carolina-Liberty. Game times, ticket information and television broadcast details will be released at a later date.
“We’re very excited to be launching a new collegiate event in North Carolina, a state known for its tremendous basketball history,” said John L. Doleva, President and CEO of the Basketball Hall of Fame. “Spectrum Center is a fantastic NBA venue in a terrific basketball community, and we’re excited to provide this unique opportunity to six collegiate teams and their fans this fall.”
The Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout is one event in the Hall of Fame’s series of collegiate events, which continues to grow in an effort to celebrate the game outside the museum walls.
Hall officials said they will continue to monitor COVID-related matters as the shootout nears. The 2020 Hall of Fame induction ceremonies have already been postponed this summer until late this fall or next year. – Courtesy of the Basketball Hall of Fame

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