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Mark Gottfried to UCLA?

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PT wasnt the issue, he wanted to play PG which with Lewis and Cat Barber coming in wouldnt be an option. In any case best of luck to him.

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Warren is transferring to Florida.

Back to the basement state.

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Warren is transferring to Florida.

Back to the basement state.

Link?

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Don't have one, a bunch of my friends go to NCSU and told me.

Nothing 100% sure, just thought I'd share.

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Don't have one, a bunch of my friends go to NCSU and told me.

Nothing 100% sure, just thought I'd share.

i.e. I made poo up

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i.e. I made poo up

i.e. have fun sucking ass next year.

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Ask Harrow how transferring turned out.

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Obviously didn't work out for him, but he wasn't that great anyway.

Purvis is a pretty good ball player. I still don't understand why he wants to play point... He's a very good shooter, why not just stay at the two.

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Yeah Purvis will not be missed by us Carolina fans

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