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How UNC’s run to national championship game helped give Brady Manek a shot at the NBA


’s senior season at UNC, where he averaged 15.1 points per game, earned him an invitation to the G League Elite Camp where he went through agility and conditioning testing before playing in front of NBA scouts. "My teammates. We blended together really well at the end of the season. And that’s why I’m here today is because of them." (MSN.com)

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How UNC’s run to national championship game helped give Brady Manek a shot at the NBA


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