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ASU basketball gets Tulsa forward Bryant Selebangue on the transfer portal

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ASU basketball gets Tulsa forward Bryant Selebangue on the transfer portal

Head coach Bobby Hurley and the Arizona State Sun Devils men’s basketball team added former Tulsa forward Bryant Selebangue to their 2023-24 roster via the transfer portal on Monday.

The 6-foot-8 junior, who has two years of eligibility remaining, announced his commitment to ASU on Instagram:

“I am excited to announce my commitment to Coach Bobby Hurley and Arizona State University,” he wrote.

“This is the last stop in my college career and I know we’re determined to get ASU back in the tournament in a big way. I know I will make my family and my city proud. Who is riding with me? #ForksUp”

After playing his freshman year at Hutchinson Community College (2020-21), Selebangue transferred to Southwest Florida Community College for the 2021-22 campaign before landing in Tulsa this past season.

In his lone year as a Golden Hurricane, the Montreal, Canada native nearly averaged a double-double with 12.0 points on 62.2% shooting to go along with 9.2 rebounds in 31.3 minutes per contest in 31 games played (all beginnings).

Selebangue is the latest in a whirlwind of players to come and go on the transfer portal for Hurley and Co., whose aim is to “pretty much have everything in place” by the first week of May for the 2023-24 roster.

For those who may need a refresher:

CASH TRANSFERS

– Forward Bryant Selebangue (Tulsa)

– Forward Shawn Phillips (LSU)

– Forward Zane Meeks (San Francisco)

– Guard Adam Miller (LSU)

– Before Kamari Lands (Louisville)

– Guard Malachi Davis (JUCO)

OUTGOING TRANSFERS

– Guard Austin Nunez (Ole Miss)

– Wing Devan Cambridge (Oregon)

– Duke Brennan Center (GCU)

– Guard Malcolm Flaggs (GCU)

– Guard DJ Horne (NC State)

– Enoch Boakye Center (Fresno State)

Meanwhile, guards Frankie Collins and Marcus Bagley, as well as center Warren Washington, have entered the 2023 NBA Draft.

Collins and Washington are both eligible to return to Arizona State for one more year, but Washington has also entered the transfer portal.

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