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Joel Berry News & Bio


Name:Joel Berry
Hometown:Apopka, FL
High School:Lake Highland Prep
Recruit Rating:5 Stars
Born:April 1, 1995 (24)
Height/Weight:6-0, 195
Position:Point Guard
Pro Team:South Bay Lakers (NBAGL)
Notes:2017 NCAA Champion, Final Four MOP, NABC All-American, 2014 McDonald's All-American
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Anthony Edwards: Roy Williams "lets his guards rock"
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Kenny Williams Emerging as a Playmaker for UNC
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2 former Tar Heel players named to Team USA for basketball World Cup qualifiers
Former UNC standouts Joel Berry and Tyler Zeller now find themselves on the same team. Both have been selected for Team USA's World Cup qualifying...

Joel Berry chosen for USA Basketball’s November 2018 World Cup Qualifying Team
South Bay Lakers guard Joel Berry II was chosen for the 12-man USA roster for the November second-round FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Americas Qualifiers,...

Preseason picks for the 2018-19 college basketball season
First Team All-American: Luke Maye - He finished as a Third Team All-American and the ACC’s Most Improved Player last season. North Carolina led the...


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