"David's behavior and attitude were detrimental to the program and, as a result, we felt it was in the best interest of the team to dismiss him," McCullum said. "He had numerous opportunities to show he wanted to fit in and unfortunately it didn't work out."
Sills (6-1, 190) arrived in Tampa from the junior college ranks this fall and was expected to add depth at the guard positions. He played one season at Odessa College (2002-03) and one at Southern Idaho (2003-04) before earning his degree from Bunker Hill Community College.
"We wish David the best of luck in his basketball endeavors and are willing to help him find a program with which he may be a better fit," McCullum said.
David Sills Dismissed from Basketball Team
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