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Likely lottery pick Miles Bridges turns down draft, returns to Michigan State


is returning to Michigan State for his sophomore season. The 6-foot-7 forward, considered by many a lottery pick if he entered this year's NBA draft, announced Thursday that he will be back with the Spartans, putting them in the picture for national title contenders. Bridges got a roar from the crowd gathered on Thursday when he made the announcement. (ESPN.com)

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