Found April 01, 2013 on College Spun:
More Kentucky players have made their decisions: Willie Cauley-Stein has announced that he will stay at Kentucky. Willie and Kyle believe it is in their best interest to return to UK next season to achieve those dreams, & I fully support their decisions. — John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) April 1, 2013 On the other hand, Archie Goodwin has officially declared for the 2013 NBA Draft but has not signed with an agent. Remember: Archie Goodwin said after the NIT loss that any UK freshman, including himself, would be “delusional” to leave for the NBA now. — Aaron Smith (@ASmithRivals) April 1, 2013 Although I really wanted Archie to return for his sophomore season, I fully support him choosing to pursue his dreams. — John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) April 1, 2013
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