Posted June 18, 2013 on duke.scout.com
Duke guard Rasheed Sulaimon will join Duke targets Winslow and Okafor on the roster which will compete at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship will be held June 24-July 6 in Prague, Czech Republic.
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