1990 Duke grad Alaa Abdelnaby sat down with his college coach to talk about the state of college hoops. Alaa was an All-ACC choice in 1990 and spent 10 years in the pros (NBA/overseas/CBA) before moving over to TV broadcasting. During his Duke career, Abdelnaby averaged 8.5 PPG and 3.7 RPG and helped Duke reach three Final Fours.
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