Doc Rivers Denies Son Austin Is Entering Draft

6:26pm: Austin Rivers is still deciding whether he will stay at Duke or enter the draft, according to his father, reports Chris Forsberg of ESPN Boston (Twitter link)

10:15am: After one season at Duke, Austin Rivers will sign with an agent and forgo his remaining NCAA eligibility, reports Jeff Goodman of Doc Rivers' son will declare for the 2012 NBA draft and could be a lottery pick.

Rivers' Duke career ended prematurely when the Blue Devils were upset by a 15-seed, the Lehigh Mountain Hawks, in the first round of the NCAA tournament. In his freshman season, the 6'4" guard averaged 15.5 points and 1.7 three-pointers in 33.2 minutes per game.

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2 thoughts on “Doc Rivers Denies Son Austin Is Entering Draft

  1. PRKnight

    not a smart move by him, he is still to raw. I believe 1 more year under coach k would of helped him develop further to become a top 5 draft selection instead early teens. He must of really not liked coach K’s system and budded heads to much with him because i know his father would of preferred him to stay

  2. jwsox

    I wonder if he does declare of the celtics try to move up to get him


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