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Former Gator Isaiah Stokes Transfers to Memphis

Florida forward Isaiah Stokes has transferred to the University of Memphis. The 6’8″, 270 pound forward spent the last two years with the Gators before making the move. Former Florida forward, Isaiah Stokes has committed to Memphis. #GTG #MemphisMBB pic.twitter.com/1FsHlkEM5h — NCAA Recruiting (@EditsRecruiting) August 28, 2019 The move comes …

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Jalen Hudson Preparing for Next Step Following Summer League

Former Florida Gator basketball star Jalen Hudson is at a crossroads with two promising destinations. On Sportscene with Steve Russell, Hudson said he’s in the process of deciding on whether to play in the NBA G League or play overseas. He has about a few weeks to decide where he’s …

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Mike White Addresses Additions to the Roster

This offseason has been a good one for Florida Gator men’s basketball coach head coach Mike White. Since Florida’s Round of 32 exit, the Gators have completely transformed the roster, with the additions of highly recruited freshmen and talented transfers. One of those transfers is Virginia Tech’s Kerry Blackshear Jr., …

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Gators Pick Up Transfer Point Guard Tyree Appleby

The changes on the Florida Gator men’s basketball roster continue. Head coach Mike White and the Gators picked up another playmaker off the transfer portal. Cleveland State point guard Tyree Appleby has announced via social media he’ll commit to the Florida Gators. Per NCAA transfer rules, Appleby will sit out …

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Former Gators trying to make impact in NBA Summer League

As the NBA offseason frenzy comes to a close, the Summer League is in full swing and features a few former Gators. The Chiozza Train Former All-SEC guard Chris Chiozza has made an impact on the Houston Rockets Summer League team. The Rockets signed the former Gator at the end …

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Gators Athletics Finishes No. 3 in the Learfield IMG College Directors Cup

All University of Florida sports lay dormant for these scorching summer months, but the Gators are still making waves in the sports world. Florida Gator athletics finished third in the Learfield IMG College Director’s Cup. Florida has placed in the top-5 in these rankings each of the last 11 years. …

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NCAA Pushes Back 3-point Line for Its 2019/20 Basketball Season

College courts around the U.S. will be given makeovers ahead of the NCAA 2019/20 season. The 3-point line will be amplified from its current 20 feet, 9 inches to the official International distance, 22 feet, 1 3/4 inches. NCAA New Regulations This 16 3/4-inch change is not the only modification …

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Florida Men’s Basketball Welcomes Three New Players

On Wednesday, Mike White and the Florida men’s basketball team officially welcomed three new players to the roster. After three transfers left White with four open scholarships to hand out, the Gators coaching staff quickly began the process of filling those spots. So far, Florida has added big man Jason …

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Florida basketball lands transfer Anthony Duruji

Mike White has added another piece to his basketball program after landing transfer Anthony Duruji from Louisiana Tech. Who is Duruji? Duruji is a high-flying 6-foot-7 forward. The 215-pound sophomore will have to sit out the 2019-2020 season and will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Gators. Duruji …

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