The inaugural Jumpman Invitational, a holiday college basketball event featuring North Carolina, Florida, Michigan and Oklahoma, the original four schools to sign with the Jordan Brand, will take place in December 2022.
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Former North Carolina coach Sylvia Hatchell has appealed her guilty plea for killing a woman in a car crash and received a more lenient sentence that will allow her to still drive.
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- Hatchell allowed to still drive after appeal of plea
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- Former coach Hatchell pleads guilty in fatal crash
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