In this March 18, 2009, file photo, Binghamton coach Kevin Broadus, center, looks on during a basketball practice for a first round NCAA college basketball game against Duke, in Greensboro, N.C. The NCAA has brought some of its championship competitions back to North Carolina after the state repealed HB2, a law that limited protections for LGBT people.
In this March 18, 2009, file photo, Binghamton coach Kevin Broadus, center, looks on during a basketball practice for a first round NCAA college basketball game against Duke, in Greensboro, N.C. The NCAA has brought some of its championship competitions back to North Carolina after the state repealed HB2, a law that limited protections for LGBT people. Steve Helber AP
In this March 18, 2009, file photo, Binghamton coach Kevin Broadus, center, looks on during a basketball practice for a first round NCAA college basketball game against Duke, in Greensboro, N.C. The NCAA has brought some of its championship competitions back to North Carolina after the state repealed HB2, a law that limited protections for LGBT people. Steve Helber AP

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