Jermel Kennedy has decided to leave the Worcester Wolves four weeks into the 2017/18 season.

The British Canadian forward leaves the team averaging 8.5 points, 4 rebounds and 2.5 assists in the first 5 games.

Head Coach, Paul James said “we are disappointed that Jermel’s second spell with the Wolves has not worked out in the way that we would have all hoped for. He is a huge talent and we wish him well for the future”

Kennedy will fly home this week and the team will travel to Glasgow for their BBL Cup quarter final on Sunday without him.

The Wolves will then return home to play Glasgow Rocks again in the league on Friday 10th November from 7.30pm at the University of Worcester Arena.

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