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CHANE BEHANAN RUMORS

Ex-Louisville Basketball Player Chane Behanan Says Teddy Bridgewater “Influenced Him To Pursue His Dreams”

Former Louisville basketball player Chane Behanan has had a tumultuous time since being dismissed from the program last December. He was set to transfer to Colorado State, but instead took a shot at the NBA draft, and went undrafted. However, as anyone that follows his Twitter or Instagram accounts can tell you, Behanan still has faith that he will carve out a basketball career,...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Chane Behanan To Sign In D-League

Former Louisville forward and NCAA champion Chane Behanan has decided to sign in the NBA Development League and enter its draft, a source told RealGM.After going unselected in June’s NBA Draft, Behanan discussed deals with overseas teams and came close to signing with a club in Germany. In three seasons at Louisville, Behanan, 21, averaged 9.4 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.1 steals...
Via RealGM
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Behanen says it's time for a 'life change' after arrest

Chane Behanan keeps finding trouble. Louisville TV station WAVE reported that Behanan was cited for marijuana possession early Wednesday after a traffic stop. A starter on last year's Louisville national championship team, Behanan was suspended last fall, reinstated, then ultimately dismissed. He tweeted at 2:16 a.m. that it was "time to make some changes" in his life...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Chane Behanan reveals marijuana use led to Louisville dismissal

Not much reason was given when Chane Behanan was dismissed from the Louisville Cardinals basketball program six weeks ago. The school vaguely said the dismissal was due to a violation of university policy.Now, the troubled forward has come clean, revealing that the reason he was kicked out of Louisville was because of marijuana usage.From Jason King of the Bleacher Report:Behanan...
Via Bush League Chronicle
February 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Chane Behanan Posts Heartfelt Message On Instagram: “I Can Admit I F’d Up”

Former Louisville forward Chane Behanan, who was dismissed from the Cardinals program in late December for a violation of university policy, is taking full responsibility for his actions – whatever they were. Behanan, who is rumored to have had drug issues while at Louisville, took to Instagram Thursday night to post a heartfelt message about his former teammates and admit that...
Via College Spun
January 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Chane Behanan reaches point of no return

The University of Louisville can’t say why Chane Behanan was dismissed from the school and the basketball team. Behanan isn’t telling either. They don’t have to give us the details. Fans are left to draw their own conclusions, taking less than five seconds for most to get the picture. Chane Behanan Apparently the University bent over backwards to give him second, third and...
Via Louisville Card Game
December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Louisville suspends Chane Behanan indefinitely

Rick Pitino held a press conference this afternoon at 2 PM to announce that junior forward Chane Behanan has been suspended indefinitely and is no longer with the program. Behanan has been suspended by the University and not specifically the program. He is no longer living with the team in Minardi Hall. “We are very concerned about Chane Behanan and hope he can move forward and...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss
SLEEPYHEAD

Behanan caught snoozing at White House

Yesterday, the Louisville Cardinals received their sparkling championship rings from their April run to the national title. Today, the squad gets to tour the White House, and they even brought President Obama a custom Louisville jersey. Apparently the tour isn’t that exciting though — Gorgui Dieng snapped this photo of former teammate Chane Behanan: Chane is sleeping at the...
Via College Spun
July 23, 2013  |  Discuss
THROW IT DOWN

Louisville's Behanan throws down sick dunk

Could this dunk by Louisville Cardinals sophomore Chane Behanan go down as the best dunk of the college basketball season?Leading 21-16 with just under five minutes to go in the first half, Behanan intercepts an errant pass around midcourt, takes a couple of dribbles, and proceeds to go full speed at the rim. The only thing standing in his way is Blue Demons senior Worrel Clahar...
Via Bush League Chronicle
February 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Chane Behanan’s High School Coach Comments On Suspension

Adam Himmelsbach of the Courier-Journal recently caught up with Chane Behanan’s high school coach to get his thoughts on Behanan’s suspension one game suspension. “Like any other teenager, he’s probably put some things out there he regrets putting out there,” Bowling Green High School coach D.G. Sherrill said in a telephone interview with the C-J. “His uncle or his mom...
Via The Cardinal Connect
October 23, 2012  |  Discuss
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