Kentucky junior forward Marcus Lee remains undecided on whether he’ll enter the 2016 NBA Draft, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reports.
Lee has not hired an agent, which means he is free to return to Lexington for his senior season if he chooses. Lee averaged career bests last season in points (6.4 per game), rebounds (6.0 per game), blocks (1.6) and minutes (21.8), while starting 20 of the Wildcats’ 36 games in 2015-16.
“I did what my team needed me to do (this past season),” Lee told Goodman last month. “I had to do the little things like rebound and block shots.”
Wildcats teammates Jamal Murray, Tyler Ulis and Skal Labissiere have each hired agents and must remain in the draft.
Lee must make his decision by Wednesday, or forfeit the chance to return in 2016-17.