Ohio state court sues over basketball activities
According to a report by CBS Sports‘Jon Rothstein, Ohio State sixth-year senior forward The court continues has been fully licensed for all basketball related activities.
Sueing played just two games for the Buckeyes last season as he struggled with an abdominal injury sustained in the 2020-21 playoffs. He averaged 10.7 points and 5.5 rebounds in 31 games that year, his first with the team after transferring from California.
The head coach Chris Holtman said earlier this month that Sueing and the seventh-year senior forward Towns of Seth, who missed all of last season after undergoing back surgery, was still “somewhat limited” in offseason activity. Neither featured in the exhibition wins over the Egyptian and Puerto Rican national teams in the Bahamas on August 6 and 7.
Towns has not been cleansed, meanwhile, although the coaching staff hopes he will be ready by the time the team opens pre-season training in September. Ohio State opens the 2022-23 season against Robert Morris on November 7.
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