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Kansas forward David McCormack on the emotions of the team banquet & his upcoming decision

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Kansas forward David McCormack (33) puts in the Jayhawks final bucket over North Carolina forward Brady Manek (45) with seconds remaining in regulation of the NCAA National Championship game on Monday, April 4, 2022 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans.

Kansas forward David McCormack (33) puts in the Jayhawks final bucket over North Carolina forward Brady Manek (45) with seconds remaining in regulation of the NCAA National Championship game on Monday, April 4, 2022 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. by Nick Krug

Kansas forward David McCormack discussed the emotions of celebrating the 2021-22 team's national title on Thursday night at the annual team banquet.

He also broke down, at least partially, what will go into his decision on whether to play another year of college basketball or make the jump to the professional ranks and also talked about how having the option to even consider coming back to KU was a luxury that many players do not get.

KU coach Bill Self said he thought McCormack, Christian Braun and Jalen Wilson all would make their decisions about their futures known in the next week or so. Self also said no one should hold their breath over All-American Ochai Agbaji considering doing the same.

"It's time for him to go," Self said of Agbaji, who joined McCormack and Mitch Lightfoot in winning this year's Danny Manning Mr. Jayhawk Award.

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