Just saw this on SI.com :
There is little chance Mbah a Moute will be a first-rounder -- but that doesn't mean he'll surely be playing for Ben Howland again next season. Mbah a Moute is reportedly close to graduating from UCLA, and measured out well enough at the predraft camp (with a 6-foot-plus wingspan, and the third-highest vertical of any player over 6-7) to bolster his stock as a potential lock-down defender in the pros. "I heard he wants to stay in," one NBA player-personnel director said of Mbah a Moute. "He played his game [at the predraft camp]. He doesn't mess up much, and he guards well."
Risk/Reward: Should he return, Mbah a Moute could pull off the incredible feat of going 4-for-4 in Final Four bids as a collegian. UCLA would be good enough to run away with the Pac-10 and roll into Detroit. But if you've been to three Final Fours already, how much of an incentive is there to return, especially if you might not have the interior size to finally break through and win a title? Still, Mbah a Moute would have a much better shot at being a high-second-rounder -- and thus earning a guaranteed deal -- in 2009 than right now.
Luc has to make up his decision on whether he is going to return or not by this Monday (6/16).
I don't think Luc is coming back.
Please prove me wrong!!!