UNCW Seahawks Suspend Jordon Talley for ‘conduct detrimental’

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Junior Point Guard Jordon Talley has been suspended by the UNCW Men's Basketball team for 'conduct detrimental'
Junior Point Guard Jordon Talley has been suspended by the UNCW Men’s Basketball team for ‘conduct detrimental’

WILMINGTON –– The University of North Carolina at Wilmington’s Men’s Basketball Team has suspended junior guard Jordon Talley indefinitely, according to to a release from the team on Thursday.

The reason given by Head Coach Kevin Keatts was conduct detrimental to the team. No more information was released.

The 6-foot Talley is a point guard hailing from Richmond Va. According to the college, Talley played in 63 games and has started in 37 games over the past two seasons. He started 16-of-31 games in the Seahawk’s 2015-16 Colonial Athletic Association championship season.

He owns career averages of 8.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 3.5 assists and made the CAA’s All-Rookie Team in his freshman year, 2014-15, a year in which he started all 20 CAA games. That same year, he was also named to the CAA’s All-Rookie Team, according to Talley’s stat page on the Seahawk’s website.