The Florida men’s basketball team will have to adjust, and fast.
Throughout the 2016-17 Florida men’s basketball regular season, freshman center Gorjok Gak averaged just 5.3 minutes per contest. He saw more than five minutes of action just twice in the regular season, relegated to the bench as he developed strength and coordination.
After a run that saw the Florida men’s basketball team reach the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament, Florida will have seven players return to its roster this fall.
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A year ago, two-time NCAA champion and former Gator great Al Horford made headlines when he signed a four-year, $113 million contract with the Boston Celtics. The deal played a huge role in shaking up the NBA’s landscape, as Horford helped the Celtics emerge as a championship contender in th…
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