"This was a tough decision to leave my teammates at this point in my career, but at the end of the day, I have to do what's best for me and my family," Chennault said in a statement released Tuesday by Wake Forest athletics officials. "This was a personal choice that has nothing to do with basketball."
It is worth being said that Tony leaves the University in "good academic standing," which brings to question why exactly Chennault is transferring.
Chennault was third on the team in scoring at nine points per game and averaged 2.8 assists.
We wish Tony nothing but the best here at Blogger So Dear and hope that he lands somewhere he will be happy and experience success on the court.
We will breakdown what this means for Wake Forest next year in the near future, but in the meanwhile, let's keep this clean and devoid of personal attacks.