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Purdue’s Bryson Scott transferring from basketball program

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Sophomore guard Bryson Scott has decided to transfer from the Purdue men’s basketball program and has been granted his release, head coach Matt Painter announced Monday afternoon.

“We thank Bryson for his two years here and wish him well as he pursues his education and basketball career at another institution,” Painter said. “Bryson has expressed his interest in transferring from our program and we have granted him his release.”

Scott, a 6-1 guard from Fort Wayne, Indiana, averaged 3.8 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game while appearing in 25 contests a year ago for the Boilermakers. Scott was 30-of-78 (.385) from the field, including 1-of-8 (.125) from three-point range.

During his two years at Purdue, Scott appeared in 57 games, scoring 291 points, grabbing 122 rebounds and dishing out 73 assists.

*courtesy Purdue athletic communications

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