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    For those of you concerned about player turnover in MBB...

    it happens EVERYWHERE!

    Just a year removed from the Final Four, LSU has lost another player that was a contributor to that team:

    LSU men's basketball head coach John Brady announced on Wednesday that forward Magnum Rolle, by mutual consent, will be given the opportunity to pursue any other future interests as it relates to his basketball career.
    "Despite the development of several players who have had the patience and made it to the next level in our program at his position, sometimes the parties involved do not agree on a developmental process of the player as it relates to the team," said Brady. "When that happens, other options may be explored. We wish Magnum well with his future in basketball and his pursuit of his education."

    Rolle in two years at LSU played in 60 games with nine starts.



    I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.

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    Re: For those of you concerned about player turnover in MBB...

    Rolle was recruited by WM at one time. That doesn't mean he will be transfering to ISU.



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