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On Tuesday, LSU forward KJ Williams announced on social media that he is entering the 2023 NBA Draft.

Williams, a fifth-year senior transfer from Murray State, averaged 17.7 points and 7.7 rebounds per game this past season and was an All-SEC Second Team selection.

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LSUMBAgrad14 months
Best of luck, lone bright spot in a dismal season!
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KennabraTiger14 months
I feel like I’m going crazy. I don’t ever remember seniors “declaring” for the draft
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saturncube2114 months
Good luck young man
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Vernonbrew2214 months
Man, the men’s team image and outlook has a long ways to geaux.
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stang1414 months
Whole team bad. Let them all go.
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SurfOrYak14 months
Blame that on CWW
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Cosmo14 months
Hope he likes playing in Greece or Russia
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OSTiger7714 months
He definitely can play in the league with his range and rebounding.
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luciouslou14 months
What nba are we talking about here? Like pro basketball?
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NPComb14 months
Well. Bye.
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ellessuuuu14 months
Best of luck to KJ. Haven't really studied how his game fits the NBA, but certainly pulling for him to succeed.
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FournetteForEver714 months
We are a womens basketball school now
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