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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. High school career In eighth and ninth grade, Bamba attended Cardigan Mountain School, an all boys boarding school in Canaan, New Hampshire. After graduating from Cardigan, Bamba went on to Westtown School in Westtown, Pennsylvania. As a junior he averaged 14 points, 11 rebounds, and six blocks per game. He played in the 2017 McDonald's All American Game and the Nike Hoop Summit. Bamba was rated as a five star recruit and was ranked among the top recruits in his class. His final four schools were Kentucky, Duke, Texas and Michigan. Ultimately, Bamba chose to play for the University of Texas for his college career. Before playing a single game for Texas, his half brother Ibrahim Johnson posted a 22 minute long video on Facebook Live, talking about how there were some illegal benefits from a Michigan based investor involved during the decision making and that he was reporting the information to the NCAA. However, the NCAA reported that nothing involved there would ultimately affect Bamba's eligibility for his freshman season.

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