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<a href='http://wakeforestsports.collegesports.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/061104aaa.html' target='_blank'>Deacons Will Host USC-Spartanburg In Nov. 4 Exhibition Game </a>

Quote:"We are very excited about the opportunity to compete against a top five team in Wake Forest University," Payne said. "It will be a tremendous thing to witness C.J. and Chris Paul compete against one another and I am looking forward to seeing many friends as a Wake Forest Alum. Skip Prosser has done an outstanding job at Wake Forest and we are grateful for this opportunity."

C.J. Paul, a USC-Spartanburg senior guard, and Chris Paul, a Wake Forest sophomore guard, are brothers who grew up not far from the Wake Forest campus in Lewisville (NC). The siblings will face one another in a competitive game for the first time ever.

"This game will be something I will never forget," Chris Paul said. "Playing against my brother in his final year of college basketball is something that my family and I will cherish. I am thankful to Coach Prosser for scheduling this game."
06-14-2004 11:55 AM
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