Logan Duncomb announced on Wednesday evening he decided to step away from the game of basketball for health reasons.
The former IU player thanked people at IU, Xavier and his high school for helping him along the way.
Duncomb transferred from Indiana to Xavier during the offseason. The Cincinnati product had sinus surgery in early February.
The 6-foot-9 Duncomb was not part of Indiana’s main rotation during his 2022-23 sophomore season. He averaged 2.9 points in nine appearances. Duncomb played an average of 5.7 minutes in those contests. He produced 10 points and five rebounds in 17 minutes in a game against Elon in December.
As a freshman last season Duncomb played in nine games and scored six points.
Duncomb originally committed to play at IU in April of 2020 under former head coach Archie Miller. He graduated from Archbishop Moeller H.S. and was a consensus top-100 recruit in the class of 2021.
Duncomb said he intends to remain enrolled at Xavier to finish his degree.
— Logan Duncomb (@LoganDuncomb) October 5, 2023
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