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Topic - Kammeon Holsey
Georgia Tech went from woeful to unbelievable offensively.
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory said Thursday the team's top rebounder, Robert Carter Jr., has only a slim chance to return from knee surgery this season.
"It's a tough process," Holsey said. "Robert was averaging almost a double-double. He's a great player. It's tough but as a team I feel like we can do it."