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Armando Bacot News & Bio


Name:Armando Bacot
Hometown:Richmond, VA
High School:IMG Academy
Recruit Rating:5 Stars
Born:March 6, 2000 (19)
Height/Weight:6-10, 232
Position:Center
Notes:Basketball, 2019 McDonald's All-American

Armando Bacot Named to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Watch List
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Friday the 20 watch list members for the 2020 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award. UNC...

Sean May on the 2019-20 Tar Heels
In an interview on the Carolina Insider Podcast, UNC Basketball's Director of Operations Sean May provided insight into UNC's 2019-20 season. He discussed Cole Anthony...

Chansky’s Notebook: Where’s Leaky?
Is Leaky Black the most important, or the most forgotten, among the Tar Heels? During Operation Basketball, Roy Williams was asked about his rotation if...

Roy Williams enjoying Tar Heel football; likes his transfers, but would rather avoid them in future
ACC Operation Basketball offers a rare opportunity for coaches and players to talk with reporters in a more informal setting, leading to some of the...

Comfortable and confident, Garrison Brooks hoping to help Tar Heels in new ways
The Garrison Brooks that held court with the media on Tuesday was unrecognizable from the shy, uncertain kid that arrived at North Carolina two seasons...

Cole Anthony, Armando Bacot ranked among ACC's top NBA Draft prospects
With the athleticism, handles, and bounce all playing to his advantage, North Carolina freshman point guard Cole Anthony has a chance to be as lethal...

Tar Heel Veterans Dish On Cole Anthony & Armando Bacot
Garrison Brooks on Cole Anthony: “He’s one of the best players in the country. I believe in him, he’s a really talented guy. He’s one...

Chansky’s Notebook: Fluid Blue Bloods
How much will UNC and Duke basketball rosters turn over next season? A lot, Duke loses seniors Javin DeLaurier and Jack White, plus the possibility...

UNC Basketball Newcomers Set to Contribute
North Carolina Basketball's freshman and graduate transfers could lead the Tar Heels in many critical statistical categories by season's end. For a program that usually...

Video: UNC Basketball Media Day Player Interviews
UNC held its annual basketball media day Wednesday at the Smith Center, and in a twist from what had been the norm, freshmen were allowed...


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