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UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad announced Tuesday that he will enter the NBA draft.
Muhammad has been expected to declare for the draft. He needed to drop his classes by April 19 or he would have been given an incomplete, which would have counted against UCLAs academic progress rate.
While he attended Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, Muhammad was considered among the top two high school players in the nation. He spent one hectic season in Westwood.
The NCAA held up his eligibility, forcing Muhammad to miss the first three games of the season.
That investigation ended in embarrassment for the NCAA after a report that a friend of an NCAA employee involved in the investigation had been overheard on an airplane saying the NCAA would find Muhammad ineligible.
Because the conversation was overheard in August, only eight days after the NCAA first requested information from Muhammad's family and long before any was received, suspicions shifted to the NCAA and whether its investigators had p...
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Few expected the UCLA star to stay in school for more than one season, and on Tuesday, Shabazz Muhammad did in fact declare that he's taking his talents to the pros.
UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad has announced that he will leave school for the NBA.
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BallertainmentShabazz muhammad and Tim Hardaway Jr. declaring for NBA Draft
Michigan standout Tim Hardaway Jr. and UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad have each decided to declare for the 2013 NBA Draft.
Hardaway Jr. is a 6’6″ junior guard who played and started in all 107 games of his Michigan career, averaging 14.3 points and 4.11 rebounds, per game.
Shabazz, as expected, is one...