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Even though didn’t play because of his injury, two other UNC recruits contributed to the East team. , a slender 6-9 forward from Cordova, S.C., was scoreless with four rebounds while playing 19 minutes. , a 6-6 wing player from Milwaukee, Wis., also played 19 minutes, scoring eight points and grabbing four rebounds. He was the only player on either team who didn’t commit a turnover. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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