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WSU Dismisses Reggie Moore From Basketball Team

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Reggie Moore was dismissed from the WSU basketball team on Monday (Photo: WSU Athletics) Reggie Moore was dismissed from the WSU basketball team on Monday (Photo: WSU Athletics)

Washington State dismissed senior guard Reggie Moore from the basketball team on Monday without saying specifically what he had done to warrant such an action.

The school's athletic department said in a written statement:

"Washington State University Head Men's Basketball Coach Ken Bone announced today that senior guard Reggie Moore has been dismissed from the team for violation of team rules."

Coach Ken Bone said in the statement:

"Reggie has been an important part of the basketball program for the last three years and I wish him the very best in the future."

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