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June 16, 2008 at 1:21 PM

Cal’s Anderson, UCLA’s Mbah a Moute stay in draft, Budinger stays in school (UPDATED)

Cal’s hopes for next season suffered a pretty significant blow today as Ryan Anderson has apparently decided to stay in the NBA Draft, according to ESPN.com. And here’s the release from Cal.
Anderson averaged 21.1 points and 9.9 rebounds last year for the Bears, who will have a new coach in former Stanford head man Mike Montgomery.
UCLA also lost a player as Luc Richard Mbah a Moute said he will stay in the draft as well.
Budinger is a surprise given all the reports that he appeared to be on his way out. Obviously a big boost for Arizona and one that keeps the Wildcats among the top tier of Pac-10 teams (after UCLA) heading into the season with Cal now slipping back to the pack.
GARCIA IS A 2009 RECRUIT — To make clear for those who asked, Charles Garcia will come in for the 2009-10 season. He will play this season as a sophomore at Riverside and then come in for 2009. UW does not plan on adding any more players for the 2008-09 season other than possibly walk-ons.

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