From the blog The Dagger: College Basketball Blog: Yahoo! Sports.
According to multiple reports, Duke freshman guard Austin Rivers will skip his final three years of college eligibility and enter the NBA Draft. CBS Sports' Jeff Goodman first reported Rivers' decision this morning: “Austin Rivers
Austin Rivers is following Mason Plumlee out the door early to the NBA. Jeff Goodman reports that Rivers is signing with an agent and will enter the draft. This one's no surprise, even though fans and pundits have been saying
Austin Rivers, Doc's son, should be so financially secure that NBA millions wouldn't affect his decision on whether or not to leave Duke after only one season. Although, would anyone really blame him if there was a financial incentive?
Austin Rivers, considered by many to be on the bubble on a return to Duke for his sophomore season, will enter the 2012 NBA Draft, reports CBS Sports' Jeff Goodman. Rivers is expected to land between