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The Missouri men's basketball team announced Tuesday that two reserve guards Dominque Bull and Negus Webster-Chan will transfer from the school.
A release said the two players who recently finished their freshmen seasons will look for teams closer to home that can provide more playing time.
Webster-Chan, a 6-foot-7 combo guard rom Scarbrough, Ontario, averaged 2.5 points and two rebounds per game for the Tigers this season. He started six games, averaged 15.5 minutes per game and played more than 20 minutes 12 times.
I appreciate everyone at Missouri and want to thank Coach Haith and the staff for giving me this opportunity, Webster-Chan said in the release. I just want to find a style that is more suited for me, but I wish Mizzou the best of luck in the future and Im grateful to the Tiger community for their support over the past year.
Bull, a 6-foot-4 guard from Worcester, Mass., appeared in eight games this season, but played more than one minute just twice.
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Missouri freshmen guards Negus Webster-Chan and Dominque Bull are transferring, citing concerns about playing time and a desire to play closer to home.
Coach Frank Haith said Tuesday that he'd do what he could to help the players relocate.
The 6-7 Webster-Chan made six starts early in the season before transfer Jabari Brown became eligible and averaged 2.5 points and two rebounds...
The University of Missouri announced today that freshmen Negus Webster-Chan and Dominique Bull will be transferring. Bull’s decision does not come as a surprise, as he barely received any playing time last season. The news about Webster-Chan’s transfer, however, comes as more of a shock.
#Mizzou announces that freshman guards Negus Webster-Chan and Dominique Bull have decided...
The Missouri Tigers basketball program announced the transfer of two players from it's 2012-2013 team on Tuesday morning as guard Negus Webster-Chan and Dominique Bull will be transferring out.
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