It's one and done for Pittsburgh center Steven Adams and guard Trey Zeigler.
Adams, the 7-foot freshman from New Zealand, said Tuesday he plans to sign with an agent and enter the NBA Draft. Zeigler, a 6-5 junior, announced earlier in the day he was transferring after spending just one season in the program.
The departures could make the Panthers' move to the ACC a bumpy one. Pitt will join the conference this summer and Adams and Zeigler figured to be key parts of the process after helping the Panthers to a 24-9 record.
Instead both are heading out the door.
''In discussing options with my family and coach (Jamie) Dixon, I feel that it is in my best interest to declare for the NBA Draft,'' Adams said in a statement.
Adams started 32 games for Pitt and averaged 7.1 and 6.3 rebounds per game. The 19-year-old led the Panthers with 65 blocks and made 57 percent of his shots while being named to the Big East All-Rookie Team.
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