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ISU's Niang Invited to Lebron Skills Camp

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Iowa State forward Georges Niang will attend the Lebron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas. Niang was one of 30 collegiate players invited to this year's camp.

The junior to be will be they Cyclone's leading returning scorer after averaging 16.7 points per game last season. It was a season that was shortened after he suffered a foot injury in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

The Lebron James Skills Academy begins on Wednesday.

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