Moe Wagner made his NBA decision.
Michigan received some great news Wednesday morning when Moritz Wagner decided to forego the NBA Draft and return for the 2017 season.
Wagner talked about his decision in a release.
From the statement:
Wagner said, "Coach Beilein asked me two questions that still affect me."
The first question: "Moe, why would you go to the NBA?"
Wagner told Beilein: "It's a huge dream of mine. I want to be a professional, and I've been working my tail off to get there. When you see a dream, you want to grab it. You don't want to put it away for another year."
The second question: "Moe, why would you leave the University of Michigan and our program?"
Wagner said, "And I didn't have an answer for that question. Many leave because they are impatient or they don't like school. I like this school and I love this place. I feel very comfortable here. Not everybody likes college as much as I do. There was no particular reason why I should leave."
Wagner averaged 12.1 points and 4.2 rebounds last season, and made better than 40 percent from three-point range.