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LSU junior forward Darrius Days announced Friday that he will be forgoing his final year of eligibility to enter the 2021 NBA Draft. Per LSUSports.net:
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Days played and started all 28 games he dressed for in 2020-21, missing one game with an ankle injury. He averaged 11.6 points, 7.8 rebounds and just over one steal a game. The heart and soul of the LSU team, the Tigers were 19-1 when he scored in double figures this season.

In 94 career games, he had 61 starts over three seasons, upping his points and rebound average every season at LSU.

He shot over 50 percent this season, making 123-of-237 (51.9%) with 52 three-pointers. He had 22 games in double figures, 44 over three seasons. He had eight double doubles in 20-21, 16 over three seasons. He tied for the most doubles this season by an SEC player and the most by any 20202-21 player in the SEC for a career.

He completed his third year with 571 rebounds, becoming the 40th player to record 500 LSU career boards. He finished third in the SEC in rebounds average and third in defensive rebound average (5.3). Days was sixth in the SEC in offensive rebound average.
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Hope he brushed up on his mandarin
Reply18 months
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Should just say "taking my talents to the next level" or "moving on the the next phase in my life". Draft has nothing to do with it
Reply18 months
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Good luck in Europe!
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Spell his name right.
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Is CWW next to declare ?
Reply18 months
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Whole team is going to leave with only Thomas drafted
Reply18 months
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I agree with the chance of Watford going very late
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