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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Josh Selby
The Memphis Grizzlies had one shot in this year's NBA draft _ a late second-round one at that _ and decided to take a chance on potential talent.
Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace ended Josh Selby's slide in the NBA draft. Now he's putting all the pressure of sticking around on the young guard's shoulders.
Freshman guard Josh Selby is declaring for the NBA draft, leaving Kansas with only two players who had a significant role in last season's 35-3 record.
Kansas coach Bill Self says freshman guard Josh Selby is working out in Las Vegas this week and not attending classes.
The waiting is finally over for Josh Selby and all those Kansas fans who've been chanting "Free Selby" while the super recruit impatiently sat out the season's first nine games.
Kansas super freshman Josh Selby has been talking to the media for the first time since he arrived on campus over the summer.