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Kansas looks to be loaded yet again for another Big 12 championship of some sort in 2017. The program just got some more good news as well as Svi Mykhailiuk has decided he will withdraw from the NBA Draft.

Senior year gonna be fun😈👌🏼🤘🏼 #KUCMB

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Mykhailiuk shot a shade under 40 percent from the three-point last season while averaging 9.8 points, 1.3 assists and three rebounds per game. He will likely play more than about 27 minutes a game this season as the team will need a shooter to replace Frank Mason and Josh Jackson.

The 6’8″ Ukrainian sharpshooter should become one of the leaders on the team since he will be a senior along with Devonte’ Graham. The two are hoping to make it 14 consecutive Big 12 titles in 2017-18 with the help of newly-eligible transfer Malik Newman and the return of big man Udoka Azubuike from his injury he suffered in the middle of last season.

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