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Former UNC Center Sterling Manley Pursuing Professional Basketball Career


Former North Carolina big man has decided to forego any college transfer options and will pursue a professional basketball career, he confirmed on Tuesday. A 6-foot-11 center from Pickerington, Ohio, Manley announced on March 26 that he would leave North Carolina and enter the transfer portal. He graduated from UNC in May. (Inside Carolina)

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Former UNC Center Sterling Manley Pursuing Professional Basketball Career


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