Just over two weeks after it was announced that he was leaving the Iowa State program in search of more playing time, junior guard K.J. Bluford has found a new home.
Bluford announced via his Twitter account on Wednesday that he’ll be transferring to Northern Arizona, giving the Lumberjacks a player who averaged nearly 18 points per game as a sophomore at Northeast Community College...
K.J. Bluford announced he was electing to transfer in hopes of securing more playing time elsewhere. Though he hardly played, Iowa State's already-thin bench takes a hit
Iowa State reserve guard K.J. Bluford is leaving the 14th-ranked Cyclones after just 11 games.
Coach Fred Hoiberg announced Sunday that Bluford will transfer in hopes of getting more playing time elsewhere.
Bluford is a junior who recently joined Iowa State from Northeast Community College in Nebraska. But he played in just seven games for the Cyclones (11-0), averaging 2.7 points...
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December 29, 2013