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Durant Wins Wooden Award, Completes Sweep

Will Durant leap for the NBA? (W.Gallagher/IT)

Texas freshman swingman Kevin Durant was named the winner of the 2007 John R. Wooden Award honoring the nation's top collegiate basketball player, it was announced Saturday during a nationally-televised ceremony at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. But what of Durant's future?

DraftExpress.com announced late Saturday morning that Kevin Durant would declare for the NBA Draft later in the week. DraftExpress.com cited "multiple sources" within the NBA as well as those "close to the (Durant) family." Yet, when UCLA-great Marques Johnson (the first recipient of the Wooden Award) asked Durant about his plans for the future after handing him the hardware, Durant replied: "I...

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