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The Sun's Arizin: The NBA or Europe for former Villanova guard Maalik Wayns?

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A tough decision lies ahead for Maalik Wayns.

Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! Maalik Wayns had a pretty good run in this year's NBA Summer League - so much so that he's apparently received a couple of partial-offers to stick around in the States. For a guy who has battled back from injury, that's got to be pretty tempting.

Except he's also got offers from overseas - probably guaranteed and for more money. What do you do? Fight and earn your way in to the NBA or take the guaranteed money and head abroad?

And now, the "news."

Maalik Wayns has a tough decision ahead | City of Basketball Love
At the Rumph Classic, Wayns spoke about his impending decision - he's got offers for both the NBA and Europe, but the latter would likely provide him a guaranteed deal.

Big East Player Profile: Villanova’s Ryan Arcidiacono | Big East Coast Bias
Arcidiacono is back and looks to lead Villanova to a deep NCAA Tournament in his final season with the Wildcats.

Villanova standout Monangai embracing his NFL shot with Eagles | The Reporter
A year ago Kevin Monangai was in football camp preparing for what would become a scrapbook season at Villanova - now he's fighting for a roster spot.

Lambert (GA) 2017 MF Overbay commits to Villanova | toplaxrecruits.com
Lambert High School (GA) 2017 midfielder Eric Overbay has made a verbal commitment to play for Mike Corrado and the Wildcats.

Police shoot and kill unarmed college football player Christian Taylor | CollegeFootballTalk
Over the past year or so there has been much more attention given to police shootings of unarmed men from the African-American community. On Friday, that troubling trend crossed over to the world of college football.

DeCenzo: CCU will accept an offer from the Sun Belt Conference if it comes | The Sun News
After hosting representatives from the Sun Belt Conference on campus earlier this week, Coastal Carolina University President David DeCenzo offered his strongest comments yet on the school’s interest in joining the league and moving up a level in football to the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision. ...and they didn't need a lengthy study to give a poorly-presented and qualified answer, either.

League One Team Accidentally Scores, Allows Opponent To Score On Them | Deadspin
That’s the manager of Doncaster Rovers explaining why his team intentionally allowed a player from the opposing team to dribble down the field and score.

UK law school promises 50% refund to grads who can't find jobs | Mashable
The University of Law is offering to refund half of tuition to students who don't find a job nine months after graduation.