The Kentucky Wildcats didn't make the splash they were hoping to in the NCAA Tournament this year, but they'll have a very good chance at winning the whole thing next year. Especially after the announcement from reigning National Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe, who just announced his key decision on his future with the Wildcats. On Wednesday, Tshiebwe revealed that he'll be returning to Lexington for his senior season with the Wildcats, per Jonathan Givony.

Rather than take the next steps in his basketball career and pursue his NBA dream, Tshiebwe feels he has some unfinished business at Kentucky and could potentially improve his draft stock with another big season.

Not to mention, he's getting quite the payday with his decision to remain at the college level. According to Jeff Goodman of Stadium, Tshiebwe is in line to collect roughly $2 million through potential NIL deals.

While he may be foregoing some money by returning to Kentucky, the NIL setup will erase any financial doubts he may have had. Tshiebwe will now have the chance to better position himself for the NBA with another season in college and also compete to win a National Championship with the Wildcats after falling well short in 2021-22.

Last year, Tshiebwe was the consensus National Player of the Year after averaging 17.4 points. 15.2 rebounds, and 1.6 blocks per game. He shot 60.6% from the field and 69.1% from the free-throw line in his first year at Kentucky following his decision to transfer from West Virginia, where he played his first two collegiate seasons.