STORRS, Conn. (AP) -Connecticut's Hasheem Thabeet has yet to say whether he'll skip his senior season and turn pro, though messages on his Twitter account indicate the 7-foot-3 center enjoyed a superstar's lifestyle during a holiday weekend in Miami.
On Sunday, Thabeet ``tweeted'' on the social networking site about being courtside near rap star Ludacris to watch an NBA game, and then wrote about dining out at an upscale Miami Beach restaurant.
He told reporters he planned to meet with Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun on Monday. Thabeet has until April 26 to declare for the draft. If he doesn't hire an agent, he would have until June 15 to withdraw and retain his collegiate eligibility.
Thabeet did not immediately reply to an e-mail seeking comment.
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