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R.J. Hampton Still Roots for Kansas, Expects More HS Players to Go Pro


Last May when R.J. Hampton shocked the basketball world by opting to play professionally for the New Zealand breakers over playing in college, he thought the experience would help him become as prepared as possible when it was time to make the jump to the NBA. Nine months later, Hampton said he doesn’t think that’s the case, he knows it. (Sports Illustrated)

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