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Singler Gone, Nolan Stays

INDIANAPOLIS - APRIL 05: (L-R) Kyle Singler #12 and Nolan Smith #2 of the Duke Blue Devils celebrate after the Blue Devils defeat the Butler Bulldogs 61-59 in the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball National Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium on April 5, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Allie PeckContributor IApril 7, 2010

 My dad is friends with Nolan Smith's mom so last year we went to the Miami game in Cameron and sat with her, and met the players, and this year we went to the MD game in Cameron and sat with her and then met players and had dinner with Nolan and Kyrie Irving, Tyler Thornton, and Josh Hairston.

Nolan Smith is not leaving. I know this from my sources.

 

After watching the welcome back celebration at Cameron on Tuesday, when the Crazies chanted, "one more year" Singler gave a little look and kind of shook his head.

Kyle Singler will go to the NBA after seeing what happened to Da'sean Butler.

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