Jun 3, 2014, 11:00 AM EDT
Brandan Kearney has been well-traveled in his college basketball career and the graduate transfer from Arizona State will end his career at Detroit, in Kearney’s home state of Michigan.
A 6-foot-5 native of Detroit, Kearney started his career at Michigan State and played for a season and a half before transferring to the Sun Devils. Kearney announced his decision to attend Detroit on his Twitter.
Kearney has never played more than 327 minutes in a season in three attempts as he looks to close out strong at Detroit. Titan head coach Ray McCallum should be familiar with Kearney’s game; Kearney was a backcourt running mate of McCallum’s son Ray Jr., — now with the Sacramento Kings — on Team Detroit on the grassroots circuit.
Last season for Arizona State, Kearney averaged 1.2 points a game in 6.5 minutes per game in only 19 games last season. Detroit struggled to a 13-19 finish last season and could use a veteran player like Kearney to log some minutes on the wing.
- College Basketball Talk’s Recruiting Roundup 0
- John Calipari can be a great coach with being an x’s-and-o’s mastermind 4
- Louisville’s Terry Rozier is ready for his bigger role this season 1
- Expectations have changed for Nebraska after surprise run to 2014 NCAA tournament 0
- John Calipari on whether Kentucky will use platoons this season: ‘I think so’ 3
- College Basketball Talk’s Recruiting Roundup 1
- Austin Hatch, who twice survived plane crashes, plays for Michigan 0
- John Calipari calls Mike Francesa’s radio show to complain about a critique (AUDIO) (7)
- Rupp Arena ranked college hoops’ best home venue, Cameron Indoor 31st? (6)
- Northern Illinois unveils its new basketball floor (PHOTO) (5)
- Former Vanderbilt player releasing book exposing sex, drugs and parties in college basketball (4)
- Indiana lands a final piece in their 2014 recruiting class (4)