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Dante Exum to Enter NBA Draft
Australian phenom Dante Exum has decided to declare for the 2014 NBA draft, his family and agent told ESPN.com on Tuesday. Exum has agreed to...

Agents Say Dante Exum Turning Pro
Australian Dante Exum has completed meetings with eight player representation agencies and left them a strong impression that he plans to enter the June NBA...

Dante Exum Planning College Visits
Dante Exum still plans to take five college visits, he told ESPN.com Thursday. The 6-foot-6 Australian shooting guard plans to trip to Oregon, Indiana, Kentucky,...

Dante Exum setting up agent meetings
Dante Exum, one of the best amateur players in the world, is setting up meetings with several prominent agents over the next month in Australia...

Dante Exum: NBA decision "shouldn't be too hard to make"
He looked a man among boys while stalking the showcase court on the opening day of the Australian Schools Championship, which is why Melbourne teenager...

Dante Exum Done With School, Next Move Awaits
Dante Exum finished school at the Australian Institute of Sport on Friday and now the basketball world awaits his next move. The 6-foot-6 Exum may...

UNC basketball recruiting roundup: Signing Day, Vaughn, Parker, Newman, Stone, etc.
Here's a quick rundown of UNC's basketball recruiting situation over the past week or so: Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, and Theo Pinson officially joined the UNC...

Dante Exum "strongly leaning toward skipping college"
ESPN's Chad Ford stated in an online chat Monday that 2014 5-star Australian shooting guard and UNC recruit Dante Exum is likely to jump straight...

UNC basketball recruiting roundup: Vaughn, Exum, Ryan, early signing period, etc.
It's been a light week from a UNC basketball recruiting perspective, but here are a few quick notes: UNC assistant Hubert Davis reached out to 2015...

Basketball signing period primer
The North Carolina men’s basketball team has three players (Joel Berry, Justin Jackson, and Theo Pinson) who have made verbal commitments to the program, all...

Dante Exum 50/50 on attending college vs. turning pro
Of Dante Exum’s plans, teammate Johan Bolden said, “He keeps it on the down low. He’s still 50/50. He’s still weighing out whether he wants...

Dante Exum handling the hoopla
As the NBA season kicked off this week, on the other side of the planet in the basketball training hall at the Australian Institute of...

Dante Exum Is The Best Basketball Player You Probably Won’t See Play This Year
Dante Exum is the top international prospect as both DraftExpress and ESPN draft guru Chad Ford have him as their third overall pick in the...

Roy Williams to visit James Blackmon, Jr. on Friday
Roy Williams will visit 2014 shooting guard James Blackmon, Jr. on Friday, according to 247 Sports and Scout.com. Blackmon (6'3", 175, Marion, Indiana) is one...

Robert Johnson to Visit UNC
Robert Johnson, a 2014 4-star shooting guard from Richmond, Virginia, will make an official visit to North Carolina this weekend. Johnson (6'3", 180) is one...

Dante Exum names top 5, undecided on college
Dante Exum, considered one of the top prospects eligible for the 2014 NBA draft, told ESPN that if he does opt to play college basketball,...

Dante Exum receives UNC offer
2014 5-star shooting guard Dante Exum (6'6", 185, Canberra, Australia) has received a scholarship offer from North Carolina coach Roy Williams, according to FOXSports Recruiting...

Dante Exum not being recruited by UNC
Australian star Dante Exum is leaning towards coming to college instead of entering the 2014 NBA Draft and right now Indiana appears to be tops...

World Select Team Scrimmage at Nike Hoop Summit
Here is an inside look at the World Select Team scrimmage that occurred during last night’s practice session. The scrimmage format was four 10 minute...


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