Another Iowa State men's basketball players is entering the NBA draft. Sophomore guard Lindell Wigginton announced Thursday he'll test the waters "with the full intent of staying in", which makes it appear unlikely he'll remove his name from consideration before the May 29th deadline. The Canadian's decision comes days after ISU freshman Talen Horton-Tucker announced he would also enter the NBA draft. Wigginton averaged 15.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game in two seasons with the Cyclones.
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