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IU men’s basketball guard Al Durham transfers to Providence

Guard Aljami Durham looks at the basket Jan. 24 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall as a Rutgers player goes to shoot a free throw. Durham announced Tuesday he is transferring to Providence College.
Guard Aljami Durham looks at the basket Jan. 24 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall as a Rutgers player goes to shoot a free throw. Durham announced Tuesday he is transferring to Providence College.

Senior guard Al Durham announced on Twitter Tuesday afternoon he will be transferring from IU to Providence College next season.

Durham was the lone senior to see consistent playing time on IU’s roster this past season and was the only four-year member of the team. 

Durham, who is from Lilburn, Georgia, was the Hoosiers’ third-leading scorer this season averaging 11.3 points per game. Durham became the 53rd player in IU men’s basketball history to score 1,000 career points at IU after scoring 15 points against Michigan on Feb. 27. Durham ends his IU career 51st in career scoring with 1,035 career points.  

Durham will be a graduate transfer with immediate eligibility.

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