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Down to 23 games. He'll be eligible in late February.
Texas sophomore Myck Kabongo can play this season after all. The Canadian point guard, who was found to have accepted impermissible benefits and lied to the NCAA, has been given a 23-game suspension instead of a season-long penalty.
This post was edited by Aaron Markowitz 19 months ago
The NCAA folds faced with public opinion for the second time this year (Shabazz).
KU will be his second game I believe.
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It's definitely a good thing for Texas to get Myck back this season. However, if you're a Texas fan, it could be bittersweet because, had he been held out the entire year, I believe Myck would've come back to school. Now with a 10+ game audition for the NBA you have to wonder what the chances are that he comes back for a 3rd year? What looks good in the short term may not be good in the long term.
Plus it is Myck Kabongo not Michael Jordan returning to the lineup. They had him last year and were nothing to write home about. He will take UT from a poorly constructed and poorly coached team to one that is just poorly coached.
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