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Two Washington State basketball players suspended

Danny Lawhorn and Jordan Railey were suspended for violation of team rules.

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Two Washington State men’s basketball players have been suspended for violations of team rules.

Coach Ken Bone announced the suspension of Danny Lawhorn last week and the suspension of Jordan Railey on Tuesday.

Lawhorn is a junior guard and Railey is a junior center.

Details on what team rules they violated were not immediately available.

Bone said no timetable has been set for the return of either player.

The Cougars have already opened practice for the coming season


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