Found July 11, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
Larry Brown's rebuilding of the SMU basketball program received a setback when highly-regarded, and often troubled, point guard Josiah Turner said he will turn pro rather than transfer to the Mustangs. Turner told Yahoo! Sports he will sign with a team in Europe or the D-League, the NBA's developmental league, rather than make another attempt at a college career. Turner was suspended twice in his freshman season at Arizona and had announced in May that he was transferring to SMU to play for Brown. "My dream is to be a professional athlete in the NBA and I think this is what's going to bring me closer to it," Turner said. "In college, you get your degree and everything, but going pro is getting me closer to my dream and what I want to do in life." Turner averaged 6.8 points and 2.4 assists in his only season at Arizona. He was suspended for a game in December and later suspended indefinitely by coach Sean Miller just before the start of the Pac-12 ...
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