Myck Kabongo To Enter Draft

Sophomore guard Myck Kabongo has declared his intent to go pro, and will forgo his remaining two years of NCAA eligibility, the University of Texas announced today. Kabongo is scheduled to meet with local media later this afternoon.

Kabongo, 20, was forced to miss most of the 2012/13 season after the NCAA suspended him when questions arose about his relationship with NBA agent Rich Paul. The point guard ultimately appeared in 11 games for Texas, averaging 14.6 PPG and 5.5 APG, but the lack of court time this season likely put a dent into his draft stock.'s Chad Ford's ranking of Kabongo (No. 33) seems to suggest the sophomore still has first-round potential, though Jonathan Givony of has him down at No. 47 on his big board.

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