Dunleavy: 3 to transfer out of Tulane's basketball program

NEW ORLEANS (AP) Tulane coach Mike Dunleavy Sr. says sophomore guards Kain Harris and Von Julien, as well as freshman forward Darian Jones, have been granted releases from the men's basketball program and will transfer.

Dunleavy, in a news release Wednesday, said all three are great kids and he wishes them the best.

Harris, of Chicago, was Tulane's fourth-leading scorer in 2016-17, averaging 9.1 points and 18.4 minutes per game.

Julian, of New Orleans, came off the bench in 17 games and averaged 2.5 points and 1.0 rebound in 12 minutes per game.

Jones, of Brusly, Louisiana, averaged 1.6 minutes of action in 10 games. He scored two points with one rebound and an assist in the Nov. 29 contest at New Orleans.


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