Kyle Wiltjer Transferring To Gonzaga

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Updated: 7/19/2013 3:55 pm
UK Junior Kyle Wiltjer is officially leaving the basketball program and will transfer to Gonzaga.

Wiltjer was named the Southeastern Conference's Sixth Man of the Year following his sophomore season in which he averaged 10.2 points and hauled in 4.2 rebounds per game. Wiltjer sunk 55 3-pointers on the year - while dishing out 50 assists.

He earned SEC Player of the Week accolades following the team's season-opening victory over Maryland. The sharp-shooter poured in 19 points, logged six rebounds, swatted three shots and added a pair of assists in the 72-69 win.


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