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In The March 2021 CLJ Issue--Still learning from Jimmy V

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Jim Valvano who died in 1993 at age 47 would have turned 75 on March 10. The former NC State basketball coach and athletic director led the Wolfpack to the 1983 NCAA championship. Accusations of rules violations—which ultimately revealed no outright major violations in recruiting or financial practices—forced Valvano to resign in 1990. Following the end to his coaching career,  Valvano worked as a broadcaster and became a motivational speaker. His speeches sometimes covered the controversy at NC State while offering advice to his audiences on how to handle and get over unfortunate events as well as handling the character and reputational damage they present.  Valvano’s enduring legacy is a speech he made in this exact spirit at the first ESPY Awards in 1993. He was in the throes of the cancer which would take his life less than two months later. After announcing his intention to create a charitable foundation dedicated to finding the cure for cancer, he went on to speak emotionally and

Spainhour Family Basketball Tree Branches into Final Four

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Dan Spainhour, Founder of The Leadership Publishing Team By Jacob Hancock KING, N.C. — There’s a sprawling Spainhour family tree of successful basketball players, and Hannah and Bree are just the latest branch to bloom. It starts with Dan Spainhour, the legendary former West Stokes boys basketball coach who compiled a career record of 483-253 (.656 winning percentage) between three different schools before retiring after the 2019-2020 season. Dan’s younger brother, David, was his assistant at West Stokes, and Dan coached his younger brother, Kevin, while at Bishop McGuinness. David had five sons: Josh, Andrew, Noah, Isaac, and James -- each of whom have played at West Stokes, with the four oldest having played for Dan. Now, Kevin’s daughters, Hannah and Bree, are lifting the Wildcats’ girls program to new heights: a 14-0 record, the program’s first conference championship since 2001 and its first ever Western Regional Final appearance after a 67-61 win over Bunker Hill on Saturday. “Th