North Carolina State hopes to continue an upward trend when it plays at home for the first time in more than two weeks.
Sunday's opponent at Raleigh, N.C., will be Pittsburgh, which is seeking any sort of good news after a pair of roster defections during the past week.
The Wolfpack (11-9, 7-8 ACC) are gunning for their first four-game winning streak since February 2018. The most impressive of the recent victories came with knocking off No. 15 Virginia 68-61 on Wednesday night.