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TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 8/29/11-SINGLETON_001-Washington Wizards rookie Chris Singleton practices Monday in Tallahassee, Fla. Singleton, who entered the NBA draft early, is continuing to work toward his degree at Florida State University while the NBA lockout drags on. Singleton, a social science major with a business minor, plans to graduate after completing course work in the summer of 2012.
(Colin Hackley/Special to The Washington Times)

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 8/29/11-SINGLETON_001-Washington Wizards rookie Chris Singleton practices Monday in Tallahassee, Fla. Singleton, who entered the NBA draft early, is continuing to work toward his degree at Florida State University while the NBA lockout drags on. Singleton, a social science major with a business minor, plans to graduate after completing course work in the summer of 2012. (Colin Hackley/Special to The Washington Times)

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