No decision yet on NBA for Michael Carter-Williams
By Alex Dunbar
Sun, 07 Apr 2013 13:43:28 GMT — After Syracuse's loss to Michigan at the Final Four, sophomore point guard Michael Carter-Williams said he was proud of what his team accomplished this season and had not made any decisions about where he would be playing basketball next year. Several NBA draft websites have predicted he would be a lottery pick if he leaves Syracuse after this season. Currently NBADraft.net believes he would be the 12th pick in the upcoming draft. Carter-Williams said the loss to Michigan did not impact his plans for his future. "I have no idea. I'm really not thinking about that right now. I'm just trying to support my guys, the seniors," said Carter-Williams. If Carter-Williams does leave for the NBA, incoming freshman Tyler Ennis would be the favorite to start at the point. Ennis is rated as a top five point guard in the class of 2013.
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