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The Associated Press | March 28, 2014

Xavier sophomore guard Christon to enter NBA draft

Semaj Christon
CINCINNATI -- Sophomore guard Semaj Christon will enter the NBA draft, costing Xavier its leading scorer.

Christon announced his decision on Friday night.

Christon, a shooting guard, was a first-team Big East player. He led Xavier in scoring each of his two seasons, finishing sixth in the Big East as a sophomore with 17 points per game.

He finished his career with 1,034 points, only the second sophomore in school history to reach 1,000.

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