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p /> “He’s been the best of the three, and he will have a fabulous pro career.” Griffin grappled with a similar stay-or-go decision following his freshman year, opting to remain a Sooner. That time, he looked forward to playing one more season with his brother Taylor, leading a deeper Sooner run in the NCAA Tournament and better readying himself for the NBA. Missions accomplished. The Griffin brothers made the most of their time together, enjoying OU’s extended postseason stay halted only by the national champion Tar Heels. Blake established Sooner and Big 12 single-season records with 504 rebounds, 30 double-doubles and a .654 field goal percentage. And while the Sooners would stand as a top contender for the NCAA championship if he returned, big brother Taylor is an outgoing senior and the NBA is calling. And this time, Blake is answering: yes.
OU's Blake Griffin says he will enter the NBA draft
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma sophomore and AP player of the year Blake Griffin says he intends to enter the NBA draft.
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