Damyean Dotson also no longer with Oregon

By Jeff Borzello | College Basketball Writer

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It's been a bad Monday for the Oregon basketball program.

First, it was reported that sophomore point guard Dominic Artis was transferring. Then, the school announced that freshman Brandon Austin was no longer with the team. And now, we have a third player.

Sophomore swingman Damyean Dotson is also not currently participating in team activities, the school announced, along with Artis and Austin.

Dotson, a 6-foot-5 Houston native, averaged 9.4 points and 3.2 rebounds last season.

With these three players added to the count, that's now 10 players who have left Oregon since the end of the season. Mike Moser, Jason Calliste, Johnathan Loyd, Richard Amardi and Waverly Austin ran out of eligibility, while Ben Carter and A.J. Lapray transferred. Throw in Artis, Austin and Dotson, and Oregon returns just two main rotation players from last season: Joseph Young and Elgin Cook. Jalil Abdul-Bassit also comes back.

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