Transferring Up Proves to Be a Challenge for Most Mid-Major Hoopers


Of the 50 college basketball players who transferred up to a high-major program a year ago, just two averaged more than a dozen points per game. and put up a combined total of 11.4 points per game after transferring in from William & Mary and Charleston Southern, respectively, where they averaged a combined 33.6 points. (Stadium)

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