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Feb 12, 2009
VCU addressed a need and added some proven scoring punch and shooting with the transfer addition of 6’3 guard via the Washington Huskies, Marcus Tsohonis.
The Portland, OR native will be a rising junior for the black and gold and brings with him a proven stroke from deep as a career 38.7% three-point shooter. Tsohonis averaged 10.4 points per contest his sophomore season in the Pac-12, scoring 20 or more points on five occasions this past season including a career-high 29 in a road win against in-state rival, Washington State.
The news of his addition proves even larger with the recent announcement of Bones Hyland’s intention to enter the NBA Draft this year.
Statistically speaking, a case could be made that Tsohonis was questionably underutilized for the Huskies this past season.
As a sophomore the guard ranked sixth on the team in minutes at 20 per contest, but checked in at top-2 in the team in player efficiency rating (17.8) and overall box plus/minus (+3.2). He ranked tops on...

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