T.J. Warren carried N.C. State for more than 30 minutes against Florida State on Wednesday night.

Desmond Lee did the rest. Lee had five of N.C. State’s final seven points in a 74-70 win over the Seminoles.

It’s the third straight ACC win for N.C. State, which evened its conference record at 4-4.

Just like Sunday’s win over Georgia Tech, the Pack got a big effort from Warren, who finished with 30 points, and a key late bucket from Lee.

Lee outback a missed 3-pointer by Ralston Turner with 12.1 seconds left to put away the Seminoles (13-7, 4-4 ACC), who lost their second straight game in the Triangle.

Warren had 30 points when he picked up his fourth foul with 6:58 left in the second half.

With both Warren and Turner on the bench with four fouls, the Wolfpack got a surge from Lee and senior forward Jordan Vandenberg.

Lee’s three-point play at 4:31 gave the Pack a 68-67 lead. After a baseline jumper by Kyle Washington, Vandenberg flushed home an assist from Cat Barber for a 72-67 lead at 3:18.

Warren was able to get back in the game for 29 seconds before fouling out with 1:36 to play. FSU forward Okaro White made one of two free throws to cut the Pack’s lead to 72-69.

A foul by guard Tyler Lewis with 47.2 seconds left put White back on the line and again he made only one.

FSU was just 15 of 26 from the foul line, compared to 8 of 11 for the Wolfpack.

Warren’s known for his scoring, but not necessarily his outward, emotional displays. Montay Brandon triggered something in Warren, who after a dunk at 10:06 in the second half, confronted Brandon with a little trash talk.

Warren completed the three-point play, after the Brandon foul. It was Warren’s last basket of the night after a torrid start.

Florida State has been the surprise team in the ACC thus far this season. The Noles lost their best player (Michael Snaer), lost out on the Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes and lost their best recruit, Xavier Rathan-Mayes to an academic issue.

Yet, Leonard Hamilton’s team found a way to beat Virginia Commonwealth and UMass outside the ACC and start 4-2 in the league before consecutive losses to Duke and N.C. State.

A year after scoring 31 against Florida State in the same building, Warren had 20 in the first half on Wednesday. The sophomore forward dropped in a 3-pointer with 3.1 seconds left in the first half for a 39-33 Wolfpack lead.