Justise Winslow Turning Pro, Becomes Second Duke Player to Enter NBA Draft Early


Justise Winslow will join teammate Jahlil Okafor in declaring for early entry into the NBA Draft after one year. It’s the first time that Duke has had two one-and-done players since the NBA changed the rule requiring players to be out of high school for one year before turning professional. Will they make it three with Tyus Jones? He’s very much the wildcard here. Winslow will probably join Okafor as a Top 5 pick in the NBA Draft, and really came on in the tournament and late in the year.

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