Former Miami guard Chris Lykes transferring to Arkansas


Former Miami point guard has decided to transfer to Arkansas, he announced Wednesday. Lykes, earlier in the offseason, flirted with the idea of going pro before deciding to initially enter the transfer portal. He announced it two days after Miami coach Jim Larrañaga told reporters Lykes was turning pro, either in the NBA or Europe. (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)

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Former Miami guard Chris Lykes transferring to Arkansas


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