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Who is going Pro? 2013 edition

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Uh oh

This could get ugly lol

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Going to guess this isn't the first time youve been premature mrtd.

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CBS sports

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All 3 are probably coming back. If anyone doesn't come back it's Bullock, because of his situation.

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Confirmed from Goodman on twitter: Victor Oladipo heading to the NBA.

Also,

Latest Chad Ford ESPNInsider mock draft:

8. Alex Len

14. Mason Plumlee

27. JMM

30. PJ Hairston

Man - McAdoo cost himself some major change by coming back this season. He also saved some NBA general manager's job lol.

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http://collegebasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/04/07/p-j-hairston-reportedly-turning-down-nba-draft-will-return-to-unc/

North Carolina sophomore P.J. Hairston will not enter the 2013 NBA Draft and will instead return to school for his junior season, Jeff Goodman of CBSSports.com is reporting.

Hairston was the Tar Heels’ second-leading scorer, averaging 14.3 points and 4.3 rebounds per game this past season. North Carolina finished with an overall record of 25-11, including 12-6 in ACC play. The Tar Heels lost in the Round of 32 of the NCAA tournament to Kansas.

This news now turns the focus to three other major decisions. Junior Reggie Bullock needs to decide if he will return to Chapel Hill, as does forward James Michael McAdoo. Away from the team itself, North Carolina is also waiting on the decision of Andrew Wiggins, the nation’s top high school player. Wiggins will soon make his decision and choose between UNC, Kansas, Florida State, and Kentucky.

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http://collegebasket...-return-to-unc/

North Carolina sophomore P.J. Hairston will not enter the 2013 NBA Draft and will instead return to school for his junior season, Jeff Goodman of CBSSports.com is reporting.

Hairston was the Tar Heels’ second-leading scorer, averaging 14.3 points and 4.3 rebounds per game this past season. North Carolina finished with an overall record of 25-11, including 12-6 in ACC play. The Tar Heels lost in the Round of 32 of the NCAA tournament to Kansas.

This news now turns the focus to three other major decisions. Junior Reggie Bullock needs to decide if he will return to Chapel Hill, as does forward James Michael McAdoo. Away from the team itself, North Carolina is also waiting on the decision of Andrew Wiggins, the nation’s top high school player. Wiggins will soon make his decision and choose between UNC, Kansas, Florida State, and Kentucky.

Same article that has already been de-bunked.

http://www.news-reco...ll-undecided-on

Hang on. The train hasn't left the station yet.

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McLemore to the NBA. Kansas losing all 5 starters.

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So are unc fans hoping at least 1 of the 3(JMM, Bullock, or Hairston) leave to make room or entice Wiggins to come?

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I want everyone + Wiggins.

I think Wiggins is going to Kentucky. Too much money for him to turn down.

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