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Oregon transfer Jabari Brown looking at pair

Posted on: December 15, 2011 9:35 am
By Jeff Goodman

It's looking like a two-horse race for Jabari Brown.

Brown, a talented and highly touted player coming out of high school in California, had some issues in his brief tenure at Oregon and opted to bolt the Ducks after just two games.

The 6-foot-4 Brown visited Missouri this past weekend for the Tigers game against Navy - and sources told that Georgia Tech, where he is expected to visit this week, is the other school he is seriously considering.

Brown would be a huge addition for either program talent-wise, although there are certainly red flags pertaining to his abrupt departure from Dana Altman's team.

Brown started both games and averaged 25.5 minutes. He struggled and was just 3-of-11 in the two games with 11 turnovers.

But Missouri coach Frank Haith, who has transfers Ernest Ross (Auburn) and Keion Bell (Pepperdine) already sitting out, could use Brown as a replacement for seniors Marcus Denmon and Kim English.

Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory needs to upgrade the talent since taking over the program - and while Brown appears to be a risk, he would certainly do that.

Since: Dec 2, 2008
Posted on: December 16, 2011 11:01 pm

Oregon transfer Jabari Brown looking at pair

Where did you get that he played for 2 schools his Jr. year in way..

Since: Nov 7, 2009
Posted on: December 15, 2011 9:23 pm
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Since: Aug 28, 2006
Posted on: December 15, 2011 3:05 pm

Oregon transfer Jabari Brown looking at pair

Brown played for 3 high school teams, including 2 his junior year. Shame on Dana Altman for recruiting the Poster Boy for everything that is wrong with aau basketball.

Since: Mar 8, 2011
Posted on: December 15, 2011 2:45 pm

Oregon transfer Jabari Brown looking at pair

This story has been out here for quite a few hours and not one single KU fan has talked smack about Mizzou? Christmas must be in the air. 

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