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Gators Land 2020 4-Star Recruit Niels Lane

The recruiting hot streak for the Florida Gator men’s basketball team continues. Four-star recruit Niels Lane from New Jersey announced today via Instagram that he will be committing to Florida. Lane’s commitment just adds to the already stacked 2020 class for head coach Mike White and the Gators. Lane is …

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Mike White Addresses Additions to the Roster

This offseason has been a good one for Florida Gator men’s basketball coach head coach Mike White. Since Florida’s Round of 32 exit, the Gators have completely transformed the roster, with the additions of highly recruited freshmen and talented transfers. One of those transfers is Virginia Tech’s Kerry Blackshear Jr., …

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Gators Pick Up Transfer Point Guard Tyree Appleby

The changes on the Florida Gator men’s basketball roster continue. Head coach Mike White and the Gators picked up another playmaker off the transfer portal. Cleveland State point guard Tyree Appleby has announced via social media he’ll commit to the Florida Gators. Per NCAA transfer rules, Appleby will sit out …

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John Egbunu Looking Forward to Senior Season

The Florida Gators’ men’s basketball team earned a trip to the Elite Eight last season, showing the strides its made since Mike White’s first season. Center John Egbunu wasn’t on the court for that game. Or any of March Madness for that matter. Egbunu missed the last month and a …

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No. 24 Florida Men’s Basketball Dominates No.8 Kentucky

The Florida men’s basketball team has had some big wins recently. They defeated Oklahoma 84-52, LSU 106-71, and beat Missouri by more than 30 points but few people expected the Gators to blow out eighth-ranked Kentucky but that’s exactly what happened in an 88-66 home win Saturday night. Quality Win …

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No. 21 Florida Falls to No. 5 Duke in Jimmy V Classic

The Gators lost to Mike Krzyzewski’s Blue Devils, 84-74, Tuesday night in a non-conference matchup at Madison Square Garden. Duke went into the game as the No. 1 rated team in offensive efficiency and still managed to pull off a win with a number of key players out. The Blue Devil trio …

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