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Armando Bacot's return earns media praise, thoughts on UNC Basketball's 2023-24 outlook


North Carolina big man said Wednesday that he will play a fifth year for the Tar Heels during the 2023-24 season, nixing the expectation that he would enter the 2023 NBA Draft. Bacot is already UNC's all-time leading rebounder and holder of the school's double-double record. Here's what media is saying following Bacot's announcement. (247 Sports)

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Armando Bacot's return earns media praise, thoughts on UNC Basketball's 2023-24 outlook


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