Posted May 08, 2013 on purdue.scout.com
Evan Gordon, the Arizona State fifth-year transfer, has an option at Purdue. Boiler Sports Report offers the details.
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Gordon leaving Arizona State

Arizona State guard Evan Gordon is leaving the program after playing one season. Sun Devils coach Herb Sendek announced Gordon's decision during a teleconference with fans Wednesday night. A 6-foot-1 guard, Gordon started 25 games and was Arizona State's third-leading scorer with 10.1 points as a junior last season. He sat out the previous year after transferring from Liberty...

Third-leading scorer Gordon leaving ASU

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona State guard Evan Gordon is leaving the program after playing one season. Sun Devils coach Herb Sendek announced Gordon's decision during a teleconference with fans Wednesday night. A 6-foot-1 guard, Gordon started 25 games and was ASU's third-leading scorer with 10.1 points as a junior last season. He sat out the previous year after transferring...

A look at the potential impact of Evan Gordon

On Wednesday night during a teleconference with fans, Arizona State coach Herb Sendek announced that junior guard Evan Gordon would transfer for his senior season. Gordon, the younger brother of former IU All-American Eric Gordon, averaged 10.1 points in 32 minutes per game last season for the Sun Devils and shot 34.7 percent on 3-pointers. According [...]

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