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Armando Bacot Opens Up About Decision: College Fans React

After putting the basketball world on notice in March, North Carolina star Armando Bacot could've declared for the NBA Draft. Instead, he returned to school for another season. Bacot admit that he didn't want to rush things. Over the past several years, we've seen countless players leave college too early...
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UNC Basketball: Armando Bacot sends message to recruits

After Pete Nance announced his commitment to the UNC basketball program, standout Armando Bacot sent out an eye-popping message to potential UNC recruits. On Saturday, the UNC basketball program received some great news, as Northwestern transfer Pete Nance announced that he’ll spend his final collegiate season in Chapel Hill.
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UNC Basketball: Armando Bacot signs new NIL deal

UNC basketball standout Armando Bacot has signed a new NIL deal with Bad Boy Mowers. When the 2022-23 college basketball season begins, Armando Bacot will be one of the most celebrated and decorated players in the country. He’ll also be one of the most well-paid, having signed a number of lucrative name, image, and likeness deals over the past several months.
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UNC basketball: Tar Heels star Armando Bacot signs NIL deal

North Carolina received a huge boost when Armando Bacot announced his intentions to return to school for the 2022-23 season. After losing the national championship, Bacot wanted one last shot to win it all with the Tar Heels next season. Becoming a big star, particularly for a big time program, has its benefits. With name, image and likeness rules all the rage, Bacot signed his own NIL deal.
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Trayce Jackson-Davis, Armando Bacot campaign to have North Carolina vs. Indiana in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge

Two of college basketball’s returning stars are hoping two of the nation’s marquee programs face off this season and give them a chance to go head-to-head — again. Indiana’s Trayce Jackson-Davis and North Carolina’s Armando Bacot would like to see the Tar Heels playing the Hoosiers in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall this coming season.
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UNC Basketball: Armando Bacot on a video game cover?!

If college basketball video games returned, the fans voted that this UNC basketball standout would be the best player from the ACC to be the cover athlete. It’s been quite some time since a college basketball video game was released. In fact, the last time was in 2010, as...
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