Just in time for its nationally televised game on ESPN against Memphis Saturday, the USF men’s basketball team will get back its starting small forward.
Terrence Leather, the Bulls’ 6-foot-9 sophomore forward, will return to the team after taking an indefinite leave of absence last weekend.
“He will be with us,” Greenberg said.
Leather left the Bulls’ bench during their 62-47 victory against Houston on Saturday.
After playing only 14 minutes, Leather walked off the bench and was later seen in the stands in street clothes.
Leather has been one of the Bulls’ most improved players this season, averaging 8.5 points, 5.8 rebounds and 24.9 minutes per game while starting 19 games.
In 2001-02 Leather averaged 1.8 points per game, grabbing 1.7 rebounds without starting a single game.