UCLA basketball guard Tyler Lamb will transfer, the school announced Sunday. He has been granted his release, effective immediately, and will leave UCLA at the end of the fall quarter.
Lamb, a junior, played in only one game for UCLA this season after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in October. He played 14 minutes in the Bruins' season opener against Indiana State, scoring four points, but did not play in UCLA's next four games because the knee was swollen.
It's unclear where the 6-foot-5 guard from Covina might transfer to, and no specific reason for his decision was mentioned in the school's release.
However, UCLA freshmen Kyle Anderson, Jordan Adams and Shabazz Muhammad have all played well this season, thereby limiting the playing time for any other Bruin guard or swingman.