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College Basketball insider Jon Rothstein is reporting that LSU forward Darius Days has withdrawn his name from the 2020 NBA Draft and will return to Baton Rouge for his junior season.

Days, a former four-star prospect from Raleigh, Fla. (IMG Academy), started in 30 of 31 games last season and averaged 11.1 points and 6.8 rebounds per game.

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This makes me very Happy!.My favorite Tiger!
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Welcome back pal
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Watford and Smart???
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Good on Him!
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Awesome
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Must have been a strong offer
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Was he really thinking anout going pro?
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I don't see any college sports happening in the 2020-2021 school year, so I am not sure whats the point
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I recommend opening your eyes. I’m not a Dr nor a psychologist but I DID stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night.
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I'm hoping he remembers that he's allowed to cross the 3-point line on both sides of the court.
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The leading offensive rebounder on the team you mean?
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Love me some DD
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LET'S RIDE!!!
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