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More than 60 players of 137 kept names in NBA draft


More than 60 of the 137 college players who had explored turning pro decided to remain in the NBA draft. Among those who didn't even test the NBA's rule in which you can attend the draft combine and team workouts and return to college as long as you don't sign with an agent were Michigan State's Miles Bridges and Texas A&M's Robert Williams -- both potential lottery picks. (ESPN.com)


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