Rasmus Larsen, who was a potential entrant into the 2016 NBA draft, died tragically at the age of 20 on Wednesday.
Jonathan Givony of DraftExpress was the first to report that the Danish power forward had died:
According to Givony, the cause of death isn't yet known:
Larsen had been playing for Proximus Spirou Basket of the Belgium's Scooore League and was averaging more than five points and two rebounds in just over 12 minutes per game, per RealGM.
He also spent time in the Spain's Liga ACB with La Bruixa d'Or Manresa. He was so impressive as a junior player in Denmark that Mike Krzyzewski and the Duke Blue Devils attempted to bring him to Durham, North Carolina, according to Givony:
That ultimately didn't happen, but the 6'11", 210-pound Larsen was still viewed as an intriguing NBA prospect entering 2016.
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