Found November 21, 2011 on SLAM Online:
by David Cassilo / @dcassilo Jabari Brown was supposed to be the prized-recruit that helped Dana Altman turn Oregon around. Instead, after two games and just 12 points, the player ranked No. 19 by for the Class of 2011, has left the team. While Brown is gone for now Altman, hopes he returns soon. From The Register-Guard: “I will say right up front I don’t want him to leave,” Altman said. “I did try to talk him out of it. I hope he does reconsider, the door is still open. “He’s a good young man who hasn’t gotten off to the start he wanted, (but) I think it’s a little too early to not try it out a little bit more.” In two games, Brown averaged six points, four rebounds and compiled 11 turnovers. It’s unclear where Brown would go if he officially left the Ducks, but he originally chose Altman’s team over Arizona State, Washington, Georgia Tech and UConn.

Oregon Freshman Jabari Brown Leaves Basketball Team After Just Two Games

Recruiting basketball sensation Jabari Brown was on the minds of Oregon, Washington, Arizona State, Cal and UConn. So when he enrolled at Oregon, head basketball coach Dana Altman was ready to bring Oregon basketball to the top. But Brown's stay with the team was short-lived. Just two games into the season, Brown is no longer listed on the team's roster, according to The...

Brown Leaves Ducks Basketball Program

EUGENE, Ore. -- University of Oregon men's basketball coach Dana Altman announced that freshman guard Jabari Brown has left the program. Brown, from Oakland, Calif., started both games this season and averaged 6.0 points and 2.0 rebounds per outing.

Oregon’s top freshman leaves program after just two games

Oregon coach Dana Altman's quest to rebuild the Ducks into perennial NCAA tournament contenders has hit its first patch of turbulence. Highly touted guard Jabari Brown, the centerpiece of Altman's 2011 recruiting class, has apparently left the program just two games into his freshman season. Brown is no longer listed on Oregon's roster and Ducks radio announced he was...
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