BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) -Binghamton University has released five more basketball players a day after star player Emanuel ``Tiki'' Mayben was arraigned on drug charges and kicked off the team.
Coach Kevin Broadus announced Friday that D.J. Rivera, Malik Alvin, Corey Chandler, Paul Crosby and David Fine were released. No reason was given.
In a statement, Broadus said, ``If any of the young men in our program don't respect the decisions that have been made or the rules we have in place, then they need to move on with their lives.''
On Thursday, Mayben was arraigned in Troy on felony drug charges the school's athletic director, Joel Thirer, later said Mayben had been permanently dismissed from the basketball program.
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