Temple’s Perry transferring to UAlbany men’s basketball

UAlbany men’s basketball head coach Dwayne Killings added another player to the team on Friday.
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UAlbany men’s basketball head coach Dwayne Killings added another player to the team on Friday.

The UAlbany men’s basketball team has added another transfer to its ranks, as Temple forward De’Vondre Perry will join the Great Danes as a graduate transfer.

Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports was the first to report Perry’s transfer Friday. A source confirmed to The Daily Gazette that Perry is headed to UAlbany.

A 6-foot-7, 220-pound forward from Baltimore, Perry started all 16 games for Temple this past season, averaging 7.3 points and 5.3 rebounds while playing 26.8 minutes per game. Perry was a top reserve for the Owls in 2019-20, seeing action in 25 games and averaging 6.2 points while leading the team and finishing second in the AAC in 3-point percentage at 41% (26 of 63).

Perry is the third transfer to commit to join the UAlbany program since Dwayne Killings was named the program’s new head coach in March. The Great Danes previously landed commitments from Paul Newman of Bucknell and Matt Cerruti of Division II Lock Haven.

Killings previously served two different stints on the coaching staff at Temple.

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