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Following reports Tuesday that Arizona State basketball's leading scorer Trent Lockett was exploring transfer options, the junior guard released a statement Wednesday leaving open the possibility of returning for his senior season.
Locket asked for and received release from his scholarship Tuesday so he could explore options closer to home in Minnesota as his mother battles cancer.
"At this time, my energy and focus needs to start now on being as close to my mom as I can while at the same time pursuing career goals with one year of college basketball remaining," Lockett said in the statement. "However, that does not mean I have closed the door on returning next season to ASU. It only means I have to prepare."
Though the Sun Devils struggled this season, finishing 10-21 overall and 6-12 in Pac-12 play, Lockett remained a bright spot. He led the team in scoring with 13 points and 5.8 rebounds per game despite missing time with an ankle injury during conferen...
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In another blow to a struggling program, reports surfaced Tuesday night that Arizona State men's basketball's leading scorer Trent Lockett will transfer from the program.
CBSSports.com first reported Lockett's release from his scholarship with the Sun Devils on Tuesday and explained the junior guard plans to explore options closer to home in Minnesota due to his ill...
Arizona State could lose its fourth player in a year after junior Trent Lockett asked to be released from his scholarship so he could transfer to be closer to his ailing mother.
Arizona State's leading scorer this past season, Lockett recently learned his mother has cancer is looking into the possibility of finishing his playing career closer to his home in Minnesota.
Arizona State leading scorer Trent Lockett has asked to be released from his scholarship so he can transfer and be closer to his ailing mother.
Lockett, a junior, is considering a move to finish his playing career closer to his home in Minnesota after learning his mother has cancer.
Lockett and Sun Devils coach Herb Sendek left open the possibility of Lockett returning to Tempe...
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Arizona State could lose its fourth player in a year after junior Trent Lockett asked to be released from his scholarship so he could transfer to be closer to his ailing mother.
Arizona State's leading scorer this past season, Lockett recently learned his mother has cancer is looking into the possibility of finishing his playing career closer to his home in...
On Wednesday ASU basketball junior guard Trent Lockett issues a statement concerning his future with the Sun Devils. While his mother's medical condition remain serious, Lockett said that despite being granted a release from his scholarship he won't rule out finishing his college basketball career in Tempe.
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- Obviously the Sweet 16 is the big news tonight, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention at least a couple of Gopher related items - this NIT Final Four berth and the Trent Lockett news.
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