Report: 22-year-old star commit with Nebraska

Keisei Tominaga to skip NBA draft and return to Nebraska

LOS ANGELES – Japanese watch Keisei Tominaga, who stars for the College of Nebraska’s ball group, declared Wednesday on Twitter that he has pulled back from the June’s NBA draft and will play another season for the Cornhuskers.
The 22-year-old Tominaga, who had connected to enter the up and coming draft, has been called “the Japanese Steph Curry,” after the Brilliant State Warriors’ three-point-shooting whiz Stephen Curry.

Tominaga was a part of Japan’s 3×3 Tokyo Olympic ball squad and has moreover played for the five-a-side national group.

On Tuesday, he practiced with the NBA’s Indiana Pacers.

The due date to commit to another season with Nebraska was Wednesday, when Tominaga posted a video of himself on Twitter with the caption “One More Year.”

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