Transfer Andrew Nembhard eligible to play for Gonzaga men's basketball


Gonzaga guard Andrew Nembhard, who transferred from Florida in the spring, is eligible to play immediately this season after the NCAA approved his waiver Tuesday. Prior to his waiver, Nembhard was considered the top sit-out transfer in the country for the 2021-22 men's basketball season. He started all 67 games for Florida the last two seasons. (ESPN.com)

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Transfer Andrew Nembhard eligible to play for Gonzaga men's basketball


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