NCCU head coach LeVelle Moton hangs out on the court in Dayton with his son VJ, 4.
NCCU head coach LeVelle Moton hangs out on the court in Dayton with his son VJ, 4. NCCU Athletics
NCCU head coach LeVelle Moton hangs out on the court in Dayton with his son VJ, 4. NCCU Athletics

This time, NCCU’s Moton can bring son to the NCAA tournament

March 14, 2017 05:51 PM

UPDATED March 15, 2017 07:30 PM

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