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Papapetrou Leaves Longhorns To Play In Greece

Updated: Tuesday, August 20 2013, 07:50 PM CDT

The University of Texas confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Sophomore Forward Ionnis Papapetrou will return home to Greece to play for the top Euroleague team "Olympiakos."

UT Head Coach Rick Barnes released this statement regarding the basketball player's decision to forgo his eligibility with the Longhorns:

"We need to be happy for Papi and his family, and all of us wish him the best. There's no question that Papi wanted to be here at The University of Texas, and it was going to take something very significant for him not to be here. And that's exactly what happened. The professional team in Greece approached Papi and his family again this week before he was set to leave to come back to campus, and the team basically created a contract that catered exactly to his needs and the wishes of his family. In the end, the contract was too much for him and his family to say 'no' to in their situation. We will obviously miss him a lot, not only as a basketball player but more as a person. For me personally, I love the guy and the type of person he has become."

Papapetrou played in all 34 games for Texas last year (25 starts) and ranked third on the team in rebounding (4.4 rpg) and assists (41) and fourth in scoring (8.3 ppg) while averaging 24.3 minutes per contest.

In July, Papapetrou competed for Greece at the Under-20 European Championship and led the team in scoring (15.9 ppg) and ranked second in rebounding (5.3 rpg), steals (12) and minutes (33.0 mpg) during the 10-game tournament.

By Cassie GalloPapapetrou Leaves Longhorns To Play In Greece


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