Big 12 player of the year James Anderson has decided to skip his senior season at Oklahoma State and enter his name in the NBA draft.
Anderson averaged 22.3 points while leading the Cowboys into the
NCAA tournament for a second straight year. The 6-foot-6 guard
increased his scoring average by just over four points from his
sophomore season. He leaves the program after scoring the most more
points through the first three years of his career than any player
in OSU history.
Anderson said Monday that he made the "very difficult
decision" after consulting with coach Travis Ford, his family and
his high school coach.