Michigan's Chaundee Brown makes call on NBA Draft
A few weeks after Michigan’s basketball season came to an end in the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament, senior guard Chaundee Brown has made a decision on his future.
Saturday, Brown announced via Twitter that he has declared for the 2021 NBA Draft and will be hiring an agent, eliminating the opportunity to return to Michigan for another season. He spent three seasons at Wake Forest before transferring to Michigan.
Brown spent just one year playing for Juwan Howard at Michigan.
— ⭕️Chaundee️⚠️Brown (@cbrownballin935) April 10, 2021
Brown played in 28 games at Michigan this past season, making one start. He averaged 8 points and 3.1 rebounds per game and proved to be a key asset for the Wolverines during the NCAA Tournament without Isaiah Livers on the floor.
The 6-foot-5 guard out of Orlando could have decided to return to Ann Arbor for an additional year of eligibility with the NCAA permitting all winter student-athletes to return for another season without penalty. However, Brown has decided the path best suited for him is to pursue his goals in the NBA.
In four seasons as a college hoops player, Brown averaged 9.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game. He appeared in 112 career games and made 74 starts, 73 of which came at Wake Forest.