Indiana forward Devin Davis was recently cited for possession of marijuana, and as a result he has been suspended from all basketball activities the school announced on Tuesday.
Davis missed all of last season after being involved in a car accident where teammate Emmitt Holt was driving the car, even though he did not cause the accident. Holt was suspended four games for underage drinking.
In light of that, this incident isn’t the wisest of decisions for Davis to make.
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After receiving a complaint about the smell of marijuana smoke coming from an on-campus apartment, Indiana University police discovered marijuana in Davis’ backpack and he was cited for possession under 30 grams. In its statement, the school said Davis’ teammate, Hanner Mosquera-Perea, also was present but not cited by the police.
Coach Tom Crean said that additional action could be taken, pending a review of both players.
As previously mentioned, Davis missed all of the 2014-15 season but averaged just 2.4 points in 8.4 minutes per game as a freshman. Indiana is coming off a solid season in which they finished 20-14 and returned to the NCAA Tournament before falling to Wichita State in the Round of 64.
However, with Yogi Ferrell, Troy Williams and James Blackmon Jr all coming back along with a nice recruiting class coming in, the Hoosiers could be in line for a great season next year.