Gordon reportedly picks New Mexico

The Albuquerque Journal is reporting that former UCLA forward Drew Gordon, who left the program in early December, has decided to transfer to New Mexico and coach Steve Alford.
Gordon, who has recently declined all media requests, picked the Lobos over San Diego State, Nevada and Notre Dame.
The Bruins were 2-4 when Gordon left and 4-3 since, including a 72-70 win in their Pac-10 opener over Arizona State on Thursday.

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  • Biff

    A record of 2-4 with Gordon and 4-3 without. That speaks volumes. Hasta la vista Gordon. Hope to beat you in the tournament some day.

  • Reformed Droog

    Best of luck to you, Gordon.

  • Anonymous

    have fun trying to get into the NBA Gordon… and good riddance.

  • Anonymous

    Can he take Bobo Morgan with him?

  • Vin

    Wow – he picked the team with the best record? Shocking.

  • Boston Bruin

    And will Gordon’s helicopter father be far behind in moving to the Land of Enchantment?

    Luckily for Steve Alford that he already knows how to deal with swollen egos, having played for “Baby” Knight at Indiana.