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UT alums & NBA greats making a stop in the Tri-Cities Wednesday

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Former University of Tennessee and NBA basketball greats Dale Ellis and Reggie Johnson are speaking at a meet and greet lunch in Greeneville, TN. Former University of Tennessee and NBA basketball greats Dale Ellis and Reggie Johnson are speaking at a meet and greet lunch in Greeneville, TN.

Two Tennessee Volunteer All-Americans will be in the Tri-Cities Wednesday.

University of Tennessee and NBA greats, Dale Ellis and Reggie Johnson will speak at Greeneville's Sports Council Tip-Off Luncheon.

Both Ellis and Johnson capped off their All-American careers at UT by becoming first round NBA draft picks and playing professionally for several years.

Attendees at the luncheon will have the chance to submit questions to the all-stars, bid on auction items, and register for door prizes.

All proceeds from the event will assist the sports council in its recruiting efforts for future Greeneville and Greene County sporting events.

The luncheon will start at 11:45am and lasts until 1pm at Greeneville's Trinity United Methodist Church.

Tickets are $25 each.

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