Former Robert Morris star forward AJ Bramah has changed programs three times during his college career, and now will be looking for a potential fourth move and fifth opportunity.
Bramah was released from the Nevada men’s basketball team due to conduct detrimental to the team, CBS Sports College Basketball Insider Jon Rothstein reports.
“Due to conduct detrimental to the team, AJ Bramah has been dismissed from the men’s basketball program,” Nevada stated in a press release.
JUST IN: The Nevada men’s basketball team has released transfer AJ Bramah.
Statement from the University: “Due to conduct detrimental to the team, AJ Bramah has been dismissed from the Nevada men’s basketball program”
— Shannon Kelly (@shannonkelly_tv) November 23, 2021
The 6’7” fifth-year senior used his extra year of eligibility to compete this season, totaling 10.8 points and 6.5 rebounds in four games.
Bramah transferred from Robert Morris late in the 2020-21 campaign after 12 games in his second year as a Colonial. Andy Toole landed Bramah from Sheridan College. The San Leandro, California native averaged 15.4 points and 8.7 rebounds-per-game at RMU, becoming one of the Horizon League’s top scoring threats and averaging a double-double.
Bramah originally committed to Arizona State in March, but decommitted two months later and eventually landed at one of the greatest hotspots for quality transfers.
Nevada has struggled early on this year compiling a 1-4 record.