Washington State forward CJ Elleby declared for the 2020 NBA Draft. Elleby averaged 18.4 points per game while getting recognized on the first-team All-Pac 12. Elleby has not signed with an agent, maintaining his eligibility.
As expected, Washington State Cougars forward CJ Elleby has withdrawn from the NBA Draft, according to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein.
Washington State forward CJ Elleby has hired an agent and plans to work out for a handful of NBA teams in the coming weeks while still preserving his college eligibility, The Spokesman-Review learned Tuesday.
C.J. Elleby is testing the NBA Draft waters less than three weeks after capping his freshman season at Washington State. Elleby, who garnered all-Pac-12 freshman team honors earlier in March, told ESPN in a written statement he will enter the NBA Draft without hiring an agent.
Sources told CF.C Elleby had planned his move during the regular season and his decision unrelated to the Cougars’ coaching change. By not hiring an agent, Elleby is eligible to return to WSU in 2019 for his sophomore season.
October 23, 2021 | 5:29 pm EDT Update
Mike Trudell: After Saturday’s practice, Russell Westbrook continued to note how much the Lakers want to win every game, balanced with knowledge it’s gonna take time to gel. Also noted the pace being obviously faster in the fourth quarter on Friday, with Davis at the 5, which opened things up.
October 23, 2021 | 5:15 pm EDT Update
Harrison Faigen: The South Bay Lakers just finalized their training camp roster, with the expected names of Chaundee Brown Jr., Frank Mason III, Mac McClung and Cam Oliver on the team. A semi surprise? Longtime SBL vet Andre Ingram, re-joining the team for a 13th G League season at 35 years old.