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UNC Women's Basketball Commit Lanie Grant chosen for Jr. NBA Court of Leaders


James River (Va.) girls basketball standout and UNC Women's Basketball commit loves to stay busy. So when she was invited to participate in the Jr. NBA Court of Leaders program, she couldn't say no. "It’s an amazing honor," the junior said. The Jr. NBA Court of Leaders is a year-long leadership program organized by the NBA and WNBA." (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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UNC Women's Basketball Commit Lanie Grant chosen for Jr. NBA Court of Leaders


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