Nobody mentions this, but, how would Michigan have done this season if Darius Morris stayed in school?
MSU standouts Kalin Lucas and Durrell Summers were not picked in Thursday night’s NBA draft, but a couple other local products were taken in the 2nd round.
Day 2 of the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago. Joe Dumars and his Pistons staff interviewing perspective draftees for both their pick in round1 and picks in round 2.
Michigan guard Darius Morris is staying in the NBA draft. The sophomore point guard had declared for the draft but could have returned to the Wolverines if he’d withdrawn by May 8.
Standout Michigan sophomore guard Darius Morris has declared for the NBA draft, though he has not hired an agent.
The standout sophomore has not hired an agent, leaving him eligible to return to the school for his junior season if he decides to withdraw from the draft.
The 6-foot-4 sophomore guard led Michigan last season with 15 points and 6.7 assists per game. The NBA’s undergraduate advisory committee will assess where he would be selected and tell him by April 18, a week before the deadline for underclassmen to declare themselves eligible for the June draft.
What’s Darius Morris of Michigan thinking?
Darius Morris has put his name in for consideration for the NBA draft. Smart move, as long as he doesn’t hire an agent and forfeit his college eligibility.
After Michigan lost to Duke in the third round of the NCAA tournament, sophomore guard Darius Morris was asked if he was returning to Michigan for another season and his response was “definitely”.