TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -Arizona sophomore Chase Budinger plans to explore his chances in the NBA draft, the second Wildcat player to consider his pro prospects.
It's not known whether Budinger will hire an agent, the team said Tuesday. If he doesn't, he could keep his college eligibility if he withdraws his name 10 days before the draft on June 26.
Budinger averaged 17.1 points and 5.4 rebounds for the Wildcats.
On Saturday, freshman guard Jerryd Bayless announced he will enter the NBA draft. He led the Wildcats with a 19.7-point average and has been projected as a lottery pick.

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