November 12, 1991 - On this day in history in the NCSHOF, Brad Daugherty of the Cleveland Cavaliers poured in 25 points, hitting nine of 12 shots from the field, and had six rebounds to lead the Cavs to a 119-113 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, the Cavs’ second win of the NBA season. Daugherty was a star at Charles D. Owen High in Black Mountain before an outstanding career at UNC. He joined the NCSHOF in 2001.
November 11, 2012 - On this day in history in the NCSHOF, Campbell University named its baseball stadium after baseball great Jim Perry. Born in Williamston, Perry attended Campbell before embarking on a 17-year career in major league baseball, which included winning the 1970 Cy Young Award with 24 wins as a pitcher for the Minnesota Twins. He was inducted into the NCSHOF in 1973.