BOSTON — Kyle Singler’s sophomore season won’t be his last one.
The forward, who scored a team-high 13 points in Duke’s season-ending 77-54 loss to Villanova in the Sweet 16 Thursday, said after the game that he will “definitely” be back for his junior season.
Gerald Henderson, on the other hand, was less firm in his commitment. The junior struggled Thursday, finishing with seven points on 1-of-14 shooting.
“Going forward, I’m not as much worried about it now,” Henderson said at a press conference. “I’ll make a decision on next year when that comes up.”