Wake Forest embarks on a four-game road trip that will last more than a week, leaving Tuesday for Anaheim, Calif., and returning after next Wednesday’s game in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge at Penn State.

It’s a chance for the Deacons, who lost their first two road games but put together their most-complete performance of the young season last week on the road against Davidson, to further grow amid a topsy-turvy start.

“We’ll definitely learn some stuff about ourselves. One away (game) will help you learn about yourself, so three or four will definitely help,” senior guard Andrien White said. “Just coming together and keep tuning up the things that we need to work on and keep doing the things that we already do well is going to be big for us.”

First up is the Wooden Legacy, a three-games-in-four-days tournament starting with a Thanksgiving game against College of Charleston.

Here are five things to watch with the Deacons in the Wooden Legacy:

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