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Basketball: Cooper Ainge, Danny's son, will walk on at BYU

The son of former BYU star and Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge has decided to walk on at BYU.

Cooper Ainge, a 6-foot point guard from Wellesley, Mass., said Monday night he will play for the Cougars.

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Austin Ainge, Danny's son and Cooper's brother, also played for the Cougars.

Cooper Ainge, a senior in high school, credited BYU's staff as the reason he chose BYU.

He plans to play for BYU for a year before leaving on an LDS Church mission for two years. There's a possibility he could redshirt his first year.

And he's not the last of the basketball-playing Ainge brothers. Crew Ainge is a sophomore at the same high school.

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