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University of Connecticut sophomore shooting guard Jeremy Lamb has decided to join a number of big name underclassmen to declare for this year’s NBA draft. Lamb, 6’5″, will be foregoing his final two seasons of eligibility after averaging 17.7 ppg and 4.9 rpg for the UConn Huskies. “It was a difficult decision, but after much [...]
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University of Connecticut sophomore guard Jeremy Lamb announced Tuesday that he has declared for the NBA draft.
Lamb led the Huskies in scoring last season at 17.7 points per game, and was a key part of the team that won the NCAA championship in 2011.
''It was a difficult decision, but after much prayer and discussion with my parents, I feel that it's in the best interest...
University of Connecticut sophomore guard Jeremy Lamb has declared for the NBA draft.
The 19-year-old from Norcross, Ga. led the Huskies in scoring last season at 17.7 points per game, and was a key part of the team that won the NCAA championship in 2011.
Lamb said in a statement released Tuesday by UConn that it was a difficult decision to go professional but it is in the best...
Lamb Licks Chops: Declares for NBA DraftUniversity of Connecticut sophomore guard Jeremy Lamb made it clear that he will forego his final two seasons in Storrs and declare for the NBA Draft. Lamb led the Huskies in scoring last season averaging 17.7 points per game and helped Kemba Walker deliver UConn another NCAA Championship just a year ago.
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The news out of Storrs Tuesday came as no surprise. Guard Jeremy Lamb, after two seasons in a Connecticut uniform, announced he is entering the 2012 NBA Draft.
Jeremy Lamb is leaving Connecticut for the NBA.
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