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Tulane Green Wave (13-17, 3-13)

 

 

 

 

Projected starting five:

Jr. G Jordan Callahan
Sr. G Trent Rogers
Jr. G Kendall Timmons
So. F Kevin Thomas
Jr. G Ben Cherry

Important departures:

Kris Richard: 11.4 ppg, 6.1 rpg
David Booker: 7.5 ppg, 4 rpg

Additions:

Two-star SF Trevante Drye
Two-star PG Ricky Tarrant

% returning scoring and rebounding:

Scoring: 43.9 percent
Rebounding: 43.5 percent

Schedule highlights

Key nonconference game: at Syracuse Dec. 22
Key conference stretch: vs. Memphis Feb. 15, at UAB Feb. 18

Outlook:

Tulane finished last in C-USA last season. Luckily for the Green Wave, other conference members will be weaker. We’ll see if they capitalize on the opportunity to move up the standings.

Prediction: 10th

Next: Tulsa Golden Hurricane

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