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'There are only so many bullets' -- Rui Hachimura's unique NBA journey and the dangers of AAU

Rui Hachimura had a journey to the NBA unlike any other All-Star in league history and it's the way he made it to the league that could keep him in it for years to come.

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'There are only so many bullets' -- Rui Hachimura's unique NBA journey and the dangers of AAU
Rui Hachimura had a journey to the NBA unlike any other All-Star in league history and it's the way he made it to the league that could keep him in it for years to come.
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