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Penn State Hoops’ Leading Scorer Kanye Clary No Longer With Team

Penn State men’s basketball leading scorer Kanye Clary is no longer with the team, head coach Mike Rhoades announced Monday.

Rhoades said it was a “coach’s decision” and would not provide further details.

Clary was averaging 16.7 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 2.8 assists through 23 games and 20 starts. The point guard did not travel to the team’s most recent game against Nebraska and was listed as “out” on the Big Ten’s availability report.

Clary missed games against Rutgers and Indiana following an injury suffered against Minnesota in addition to Saturday’s game against Nebraska.

“We’re just going to move on and focus on the task at hand with our team now,” Rhoades said.

Clary remained with the program after being recruiting by and committing to Penn State under former head coach Micah Shrewsberry. Clary didn’t enter the transfer portal after Shrewsberry’s exit following the team’s NCAA Tournament run and stayed alongside Jameel Brown and Demetrius Lilley.

“Everyone in the locker room has faith in this program, faith in coach Rhoades, and it’s just a team thing, and we just got to keep on working as a team and keep on building every day to become the best team possible,” Puff Johnson said.

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