Next year's Marshall men's basketball team will have a drastic new look.
First it was the 3 seniors graduating (Nigel Spikes, Robert Goff and Dennis Tinnon), then it was Chris Martin announcing that he was transferring, and now star guard DeAndre Kane's Marshall career is over.
Kane will not return for his senior season.
Marshall Head Coach Tom Herrion released this statement on the matter:
"After meeting with DeAndre, I have decided it is in our program's and his best interest that he seek opportunities elsewhere," Herrion said. "We appreciate his contributions to our team and wish him the best in his future."
Kane, now has two choices.
One: he can turn pro, enter his name in the NBA Draft or head overseas.
Two (most logical choice): Kane can transfer to any school that is interested in him as long as the school doesn't off the same masters program as Marshall.
Kane has to graduate this May or August in order to play this up coming season.
Kane, a 6'4''guard from Pittsburgh, was an All-Conference USA second team selection last season.
He averaged 15.1 points per game and led C-USA with nearly 6.9 assists per game last season for the Thundering Herd. In his three years at Marshall, Kane averaged more than 15 points per game every season.