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Duke In The Nba: 8,292 Points

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Most alumni in the NBA. Austin Rivers will add a thousand or so points to that next season.

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38,279 (One Carolina Player) I'll let you guess who it is lol

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how many titles? :lol:

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This was actually my original post, but then I realized the video was talking about this measly, singular, strike-shortened season.

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This was actually my original post, but then I realized the video was talking about this measly, singular, strike-shortened season.

Yeah, I wouldn't even know where to find how many points teams have actually scored. But I will give you this I expect Duke, Carolina, and even State to start contributing some talent to the NBA starting this year and moving forward in State's case.

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38,279 (One Carolina Player) I'll let you guess who it is lol

Indeed. The only person who can stop Michael Jordan from scoring is Dean Smith.

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