Around two hours before the booked hint, Monday night’s men’s b-ball game among Miami and North Carolina in Chapel Hill was delayed, the ACC reported.

The choice came hours after The Daily Tar Heel, North Carolina’s understudy paper, posted a Snapchat video that shows UNC champions Day’Ron Sharpe and Armando Bacot celebrating without covers on, alongside other youngsters who likewise aren’t wearing covers Saturday after UNC’s 91-87 success over Duke.

A source revealed to ESPN that the video and the alliance’s choice to defer the game, booked to start at 7 p.m. ET, are associated. Andy Fledderjohann, an alliance representative, alluded to the ACC’s explanation when found out if the video impacted the choice. He likewise said the ACC doesn’t “have any additional data to give.”

“The postponement follows a meeting of personnel from both schools, who mutually concluded the game could not move forward today,” the league’s statement said.

In the short video, Sharpe and Bacot, who joined to score 27 focuses in the success over their central adversaries Saturday, are indicated spending time with different individuals in a room as music plays out of sight.

The ACC’s wellbeing and security conventions list various purposes behind delaying a game, which incorporate the “powerlessness to perform sufficient contact following predictable with legislative necessities or proposals” and the “failure to detach new certain cases, or to isolate high contact hazard instances of the voyaging and host group college understudies.”

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