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Wed May 4, 2011
Darius Morris to leave Wolverines for the NBA draft
A key part of the offense for the University of Michigan men's basketball team will leave the team for the NBA draft.
The school reports that Darius Morris has decided to forego the remainder of his college eligibility.
From the Associated Press:
The sophomore point guard had declared for the draft but could have returned to the Wolverines if he'd withdrawn by May 8. Instead, he'll forgo his remaining eligibility, meaning Michigan will have to replace one of its most important players as it tries to build on last season's impressive finish.
"There have been long discussions with my family, friends and my Michigan coaches," Morris said. "In the end I decided to go with my heart. Playing professional basketball has always been a dream for me. I feel this is the right time for me to pursue that goal. It will be hard to leave the University of Michigan. However, I truly believe the basketball program is moving in a very positive direction."