Could Josh Gray be one-and-done at LSU?

TSD's Ben Love caught up with starting LSU point guard Josh Gray, who discussed his growing chemistry with Keith Hornsby, differences in this Tiger team and last season's and the possibility he tests NBA waters after one year in purple and gold. Watch the interview with Gray inside.

He's yet to register a second of official playing time for LSU basketball, but the question is already being asked by several people within the inner circle of the program.

Could this be the only season Josh Gray suits up for the Tigers?

The Lake Charles native and former Texas Tech player arrives in TigerTown off a monster year at Odessa Community College, when he led the junior college ranks with an absurd scoring average of 34.7 points per game.

He's reportedly gotten off to a very strong start in team practices over the last week and a half, leading the show at point guard for an LSU starting lineup which should also feature sophomores Jarell Martin and Jordan Mickey as well as junior Keith Hornsby, who sat out a transfer season in 2013-14.

When I asked Gray last week at LSU Media Day whether he was open to the notion he could be one-and-done in Baton Rouge, he didn't exactly dismiss the possibility.

"Pretty much I'll give it my all, play for my teammates, we'll play for each other and I'll make a decision toward the end of the year," explained Gray.

There's a lot of time and game action between now and that type of decision, but it's something that will remain on the radar of those involved with and following Tiger basketball in the months to come.

Watch the video below for even more from my interview with Gray, including his take on how this year's team is different from last year's LSU squad and how he's gelling with Hornsby.

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