On the eve of his team’s NIT quarterfinal game against Northwestern on Wednedsay night, Washington State coach Ken Bone was forced to suspend his third different player this season.
And apparently for the same old reason.
The Spokane Spokesman Review is reporting that junior forward DeAngelo Casto could be cited as early as Wednesday morning for possession of marijuana after a Tuesday search of his campus apartment by police.
Previously, both Pac-10 scoring leader Klay Thompson and starting point guard Reggie Moore served one-game suspensions after being cited for possession of small amounts of marijuana.
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