Jim Calhoun has lost another player to a transfer. This time it's Michael Bradley who asked for, and was granted his release from UConn.
The exodus from Storrs continues, with reports that Michael Bradley is leaving the Huskies.
Bradley, a 6-foot-9 power forward, was granted his release from UConn late last week, according to Nooga.com, a publication in Bradley's hometown of Chattangooga, Tennessee.
In his two years at UConn, Bradley never played a single game for the Huskies, but made headlines in last summer when he gave up his scholarship to make room for Andre Drummond to join the team. Drummond eventually returned the scholarship to Bradley.
After redshirting his freshman year, a broken ankle in October 2011 ended Bradley's chances of getting any playing time in his sophomore season as well.
With the likelihood that UConn will be out of the 2013 postseason, Bradley is now looking to find another school that he can play for next season. He follows Alex Oriakhi, who announced his intentions to transfer last month.
Andre Drummond and Jeremy Lamb are also now former Huskies. They both announced their intentions to enter the NBA Draft in June.