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Kansas freshmen left to decide on NBA futures

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Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins, left, looks to pass around Stanford’s Chasson Randle during the first half of a third-round game of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday in St. Louis.

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ST. LOUIS — Andrew Wiggins slumped in his seat. Wayne Selden stared into space. Joel Embiid was sure he would have been able to play if Kansas had only made it another week.
The Jayhawks didn’t, and now all three talented freshmen are left to ponder whether the NBA awaits, or whether they’ll return to school and attempt to wipe away the disheartening memory of a loss to Stanford in the third round of the NCAA tournament.
“I’m not thinking about that right now,” Wiggins said Sunday, barley above a whisper.
Soon, though. Very soon.
Wiggins is expected ...


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