March 19, 2001
CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson Head Coach Larry Shyatt announced Monday that sophomore guard Pasha Bains, junior forward Dustin Braddick and junior post player Chucky Gilmore will transfer to another school at the end of this semester. Bains and Braddick played this past season, while Gilmore sat out the year recuperating from a torn ACL injury.
“Pasha Bains, Dustin Braddick and Chucky Gilmore have asked for their release and we have granted it,” said Shyatt. “We wish them well as they pursue their education and their basketball career.”
Bains averaged 4.9 points per game and led the Tigers in three-point shooting percentage in 2000-01. He made 28-69 three-point attempts for a .406 figure. He started 12 games, all within the first half of the season, and averaged 11.7 minutes per game.
The native of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada had a pair of 20 point games early in the year, the season opener against Hartford and the victory over Florida Atlantic in Puerto Rico. Bains, who transfered to Clemson from Wyoming for the second semester of the 1998-99 season, averaged 5.7 points a game and started four games in 1999-00.
Braddick averaged 4.4 points and 4.2 rebounds per game in 2000-01. He played in 30 of the 31 games and started four. The native of Charleston, SC ranked second on the team in offensive rebounds with 54 and third on the club in field goal percentage with a .510 figure. Braddick also lettered in 1999-00 and on Clemson’s NIT finalist of 1998-99.
Gilmore suffered a torn ACL injury in August of 2000 during an individual workout in Littlejohn Coliseum and missed this past season. He started 23 of the 27 games he played in 1999-00 and ranked second on the club in rebounding with a 6.1 average. He scored 3.7 points per game. The 6-8 native of Fayetteville, NC played in 27 games as a freshman and averaged 1.1 points and 1.7 rebounds per game.
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