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 WASHINGTON (AP) -George Washington junior Maureece Rice made himself available for the NBA draft on Monday, but he plans to retain his NCAA eligibility and could return to school.
Rice led the Colonials in scoring this season, averaging 15.8 points per game. He helped lead GW to the Atlantic 10 tournament championship, giving the school its third straight NCAA tournament berth.
Rice, who has not hired an agent, has until June 18 to withdraw his name. The draft will be held June 28.
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