Kansas sophomore forward Carlton Bragg Jr. has been placed on diversion for a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
The Lawrence Municipal Court confirmed Bragg’s diversion to the Kansan. The court could not release further details, the court clerk said, as the diversion is an agreement reached between attorneys.
The Kansan reached out to Bragg’s attorney, Hatem Chahine, on Wednesday, and left a message asking for comment.
Coach Bill Self placed Bragg on an indefinite suspension on Jan. 26 for a "violation of team rules" and has missed one game. He will also miss Wednesday's game against Baylor. The suspension was originally released in a news release. Self said on Monday that he has “no idea” what the timetable is for his suspension. The suspension is not related to the McCarthy Hall rape investigation.
“You guys can add two and two,” Self said on Monday.
— Chandler Boese, McKenna Harford, Amie Just and Lara Korte contributed to this report
— Edited by Mara Kubicki