- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 28, 2018

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Two reserve forwards, sophomore Khadim Gueye and freshman Ibrahim Famouke Doumbia, are leaving South Carolina’s men’s basketball program.

Gamecocks Frank Martin said in a statement Wednesday that the 7-foot Gueye and the 6-6 Famouke Doumbia asked for and were granted their full releases.

Gueye, from Senegal, saw his playing time decrease from 7 minutes a game in 28 games as a freshman to 5 minutes per game in 17 contests this season.

Famouke Doumbia, who is from Mali, played in 12 games this season and averaged fewer than 4 minutes a contest.

Martin thanked both players for their contributions and wished them well in the future.

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