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Caleb Love enters name in NBA draft while retaining college eligibility


entered his name into the NBA draft on Tuesday but said that he will maintain his college eligibility for now. Love announced his decision in a post on social media, calling it “God’s plan” and expressing gratitude to the Arizona basketball coaching staff. He has until May 29 to withdraw from the draft and still be eligible to play a fifth college season. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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Caleb Love enters name in NBA draft while retaining college eligibility


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