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Marcus Smart passing up millions to stay at Oklahoma State

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart will skip the NBA Draft and return to school for his sophomore season, according to multiple reports. Smart was projected to be a high lottery pick in the June 27 draft. Instead, he will play a second season at Oklahoma State, where he won Big 12 Player of the Year honors as well as the Wayman Tisdale Award for most outstanding freshman. (USA Today)

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