Found April 28, 2014 on College Spun:
Former Louisville forward Chane Behanan, whose next stop on the basketball court was supposed to be with the Colorado State Rams, is officially calling his collegiate career quits. It had been rumored last week that Behanan would be declaring for the NBA Draft, but he made the news official this afternoon. He then thanked everyone at both Louisville and Colorado State for supporting him. I have thought and weighed my options for the upcoming year & I have decided that it is in my best interest to enter the NBA draft for 2014. — Chane Behanan (@only1chane) April 28, 2014 I want to thank my family, friends, UofL staff, CSU staff, and everyone involved in this process and that has supported me along my journey. — Chane Behanan (@only1chane) April 28, 2014 Behanan was dismissed from Louisville’s program earlier this season – his last game for the Cardinals came against rival Kentucky in December. He is not expected to be selected in the first round of the draft.

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