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ICYMI: Another Player Out; Cleveland State Forward Stefan Kenic Enters Transfer Portal

Cleveland State foward Stefan Kenic is entering the transfer portal. Kenic’s transfer also might stem from the rumored tension with players and ex-coach Dennis Felton.

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Per ESPN’s Jeff Borzello, Cleveland State forward Stefan Kenic is entering the transfer portal. Kenic’s transfer also might stem from the rumored tension between the players and ex-coach Dennis Felton. Making it six players for Cleveland State, who have entered the transfer portal since June 13. Those players are Rashad Williams, Seth Millner, Tyree Appleby, Jaalam Hill, Rasheem Dunn and now Kenic.

Kenic is heading into his junior year. Kenic played two years at Cleveland State, he appeared in 66 games and started in 59 of them. Kenic averaged 9.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 1.7 turnovers per a game in his Cleveland State Career. Wherever Kenic transfers to, he hopes to get a waiver to play immediately.

Kenic, 22, is a native of Serbia. Kenic represented Serbia’s U16 team in the 2013 European Championship, helping Serbia win the Silver medal. Then playing for Serbia’s U17 team in the 2014 world cup, Kenic helped win the bronze medal. Kenic was a part of winning the 2014 Nike International Junior Tournament.

Kenic has also played professionally with Crvena zvezda, KK FMP and Smederevo 1953 in Europe. With Kenic leaving with Appleby, Hill, Williams and Millner, Cleveland State is losing their top 5 scorers. They combined for 55.5 points per game for Cleveland State in the 2018-2019 season, as a team they averaged 74.2 points per a game in the 2018-2019 season.

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