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Smith-Rivera To Skip Senior Season

Georgetown star D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera has decided to skip his senior season of playing eligibility and will enter the NBA draft.

Smith-Rivera is expected to sign with an agent.

Smith-Rivera, a native of Indianapolis, averaged a team-high 16.3 points per game this past season for Georgetown.

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Bryson Scott Transferring From Purdue

Purdue sophomore Bryson Scott has decided to transfer and will be granted a release from the school.

Scott's departure, with the graduation of Jon Octeus leaves Purdue with just freshman P.J. Thompson on the roster at point guard.

Scott did not play in either of Purdue's Big 10 Tournament games and sat out 8 of Purdue's last 20 contests.

Scott averaged 15.7 minutes per game as a freshman, but saw that number drop to 10.7 minutes per game as a sophomore.

Scott will have two years of playing eligibility remaining after transferring.

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Warren Central's Greg Graham Resigns

Greg Graham has resigned as head coach at Warren Central High School (IN) after seven years at the helm of the program.

Graham starred at Warren Central as a high school player ahead of a standout career at Indiana University, and five years in the NBA. He finishes with a career mark of 80-74 at the school.

Graham's wife was relocated to Rhode Island and he spent the year away from his family according to the Indianapolis Star.

Warren Central finished 2014-15 with a 10-12 record.

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Robinson Transferring From Indiana

Stanford Robinson has decided to transfer out of the Indiana University basketball program.

Robinson, a 6'4 sophomore guard, averaged 3.0 points per game this past season after averaging 6.4 points per contest as a freshman.

Robinson has two years of playing eligibility and is expected to transfer to a program closer to his home in Maryland.


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Weather Postpones Southport vs. Reitz

Bad weather forced the highly anticipated showdown between undefeated Evansville Reitz and Southport to be cancelled on Saturday night. The game appears to potentially be rescheduled as a go for next Saturday.

A final decision is expected to be made after the sectional pairings are released on Sunday before making a decision according to Reitz head coach Michael Adams.

Reitz, the #1-ranked team in the state of Indiana, features a potent lineup that includes Jaelen Sanford (Toledo), Alex Stein (Southern Indiana) and high-flying Jacob Norman (Southern Indiana) among others.

Southport is led by sophomore sensation Paul Scruggs, who already holds Indiana, Purdue and Kansas offers. In addition to 6'10 junior post Joey Brunk, who also holds an impressive list of high-major offers and point guard Malik Bennett.

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