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5 Takeaways From UNC's Win Over Gardner-Webb


’s talent and potential is considerable. He’s going to be an outstanding player and make a lot of money playing this sport, but part of that process is refining certain aspects of his game. And on this night, Bacot’s propensity to bring the ball down below his waist was a problem. Gardner-Webb recognized this early and swatted the ball away. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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