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Barnes has decided to stay at North Carolina

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report Owner/Sr. Writer

Harrison Barnes has made a big decision.

Barnes has decided to return to North Carolina for his sophomore season. Barnes was expected to go very high in the first-round if he decided to enter the NBA draft.

Barnes was considered to be the No. 1 overall draft pick had he come out. Now, Derrick Williams from Arizona, Kyrie Irving from Duke, and Kemba Walker from Connecticut get to battle in the coming weeks for the No. 1 overall pick selection.

Barnes said his college experience was a big factor in staying put. That’s something you do not hear very often from a freshman, who is passing up millions.

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