He returns to Jayhawks lineup after three-game suspension, but he has to agree to stay on the right side of the law under certain conditions
According to a report Monday on the Kansas City Star website, the 6’10” forward was suspended by the school for a, “violation of team rules.” It was later discovered he was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after a search by University of Kansas Police was brought into investigate an alleged rape at McCarthy Hall (the same living area where the KU players reside). It turned out to be two glass smoking devices with residue.
This past Wednesday, Bragg was granted a diversion agreement with the Lawrence (Kansas) Municipal Court to settle the drug charge. In the agreement, it states that he is under a diversion period of six months. During this time, he cannot violate any other laws. If he survives this six month period, the charges will be dropped. If he breaks the agreement in any way, the Court will have the power to fully prosecute for the drug charge.
Bragg is currently averaging 6.1 points and 4.8 rebounds while playing 15 minutes per game.