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Happ withdraws from NBA Draft, will return to Badgers

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After testing the NBA waters the last few weeks, Ethan Happ has decided to return to school for his senior season. The Badgers big man announcing on social media he is pulling his name out of the NBA Draft and returning to Wisconsin.

Happ declared for the draft after averaging 17.9 points and 8 rebounds a game as a junior. He was not invited to the NBA Combine but did work individually for teams. Since he did not hire an agent, Happ is able to return to school for his senior season.

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