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CBT Podcast: Harry Giles III, Final Four Sleepers, Perry Ellis All-Stars

Another episode of the College Basketball Talk podcast went live yesterday. In this episode, we discuss Duke’s Harry Giles III: What does his injury mean for the Blue Devils, and is there a realistic chance that he sits out the 2016-17 season? We also discuss Final Four Sleepers and our favorite Perry Ellis All-Stars. As […]
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