"I sat down with Kamyron and we both agreed the best situation for him to continue his growth as a player would be in another basketball program," Kent said.
Brown played in 61 games for the Ducks, a starter in 13 of those outings. He averaged 4.4 points and 2.7 assists per game in two seasons at UO. Brown played as a true freshman and has a redshirt season available.
"We support him and wish him well," Kent said. "Kamyron will be allowed to continue working with our players, coaches and support staff through the end of the school year."
Kent Announces Transfer
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