The Utah basketball team has suspended the player who has made the most starts for the team this season. Freshman wing Devon Daniels, 18, did not travel to Colorado for Utah's game against the Buffaloes on Thursday evening and has been suspended indefinitely, according to a terse release from Utah athletics hours before the tip-off. "Devon Daniels has been suspended from the team indefinitely, due to conduct detrimental to the team," Utes coach Larry Krystkowiak said in a release, which added he would make no further comment on the matter. The 6-foot-5 freshman has so far made a splashy rookie debut for the Utes, averaging 10.4 points a game, 4.8 rebounds and shooting 57.5 percent from the field. The Michigan native who spent a year at Prolific Prep in California, Daniels was an immediate entry into the starting lineup, and missed only one previous start this year (which Krystkowiak said was for being late).
Utah suspends Devon Daniels for conduct detrimental to team
Salt Lake Tribune | Feb 24