OT: Hauser Bros to Transfer

RichZ

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Friend of mine is a big Marquette fan. He went from being giddy with anticipation to being devastated.
Both of the brothers shot over 40% from three, and 45 overall. Plus they split a dozen boards and 5 dimes a game between them.

Apparently, they want to transfer as a unit, so despite their skills, there's a limit to their potential suitors. A team would need to have 2 scholarships available that it could afford to waste on non-playing guys next year, to get a pair of outside shooting bigs for 20/21, with only one of them returning beyond that.
 
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Hard to understand what prompted something this unusual. How often do you see a highly regarded, skilled big man, leave to sit out a year and then play one more? Issues with the coaching?
St. John's has room for two.
 
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Friend of mine is a big Marquette fan. He went from being giddy with anticipation to being devastated.
Both of the brothers shot over 40% from three, and 45 overall. Plus they split a dozen boards and 5 dimes a game between them.

Apparently, they want to transfer as a unit, so despite their skills, there's a limit to their potential suitors. A team would need to have 2 scholarships available that it could afford to waste on non-playing guys next year, to get a pair of outside shooting bigs for 20/21, with only one of them returning beyond that.
Yeah that sounds like a situation where they would probably already know their destination before announcing that they will transfer.
 

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