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After hiring former Florida head coach Mike White and former University of Central Florida head coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson, both Georgia basketball programs have experienced significant turnover.

Here are all the player and staff changes on both Georgia basketball teams so far this offseason as of April 19.

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On March 9, Georgia lost 86-51 to Vanderbilt in the first round of the SEC Tournament. The next day, Tom Crean was fired. Three days later, Florida’s Mike White was hired as his replacement. Here’s how Georgia got here.

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After four seasons at the helm of Georgia’s men’s basketball program, head coach Tom Crean has been fired. The announcement came on Thursday evening, a day after Georgia’s season ended with an 86-51 loss to Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament.

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The Georgia men’s basketball team’s losing streak hit double digits in a 75-68 loss to the No. 13 Tennessee Volunteers on Tuesday night in Athens. Georgia is now 6-24 on the season and 1-16 in conference play.

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Florida defeated Georgia 84-72 on Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs are now 6-23 on the season and have lost nine straight games.

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Georgia fell 91-77 to Texas A&M in College Station on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs have now lost eight straight and fall to 1-14 in conference play.

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After an ugly week for Georgia men’s basketball, the UGA Athletic Association has released a statement in response to reports that the Athletic Department was considering firing head coach Tom Crean as a result of a failure to report an altercation between two members of his staff.

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The Bulldogs fell to the Tigers 84-65 in Baton Rouge on Wednesday night. LSU heavily pressured Georgia all game, and head coach Tom Crean’s unit could never find an answer. The Bulldogs had 26 turnovers, their highest total in a game this season.

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Georgia (6-19, 1-11) lost their fifth straight game against South Carolina (14-10, 5-7) at Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, Georgia on Feb. 12. South Carolina’s Keyshawn Bryant and Devin Carter led the Gamecocks to a 12-point win over the Bulldogs.

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Georgia lost 72-63 against Florida on Wednesday night, falling to 6-18 on the season and 1-10 in conference play. The Bulldogs have lost 12 of their last 13 games and are now on a four game losing streak since defeating Alabama in late January.

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There was a clear and obvious size mismatch between the No. 1 ranked Auburn Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon. Auburn came into this game with four active players 6-foot-10 or above, including 7-foot-1 center Walker Kessler. Georgia on the other hand, only had two active players six-foot 10 or above.

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On Tuesday, Feb. 1, Friendship Christian School presented a University of Georgia alumni night at the school’s varsity basketball game against Victory Baptist. The night featured two former UGA Basketball players, Marcus Thornton and Kenny Gaines.

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An efficient night from the floor led Arkansas to a 99-73 victory over Georgia on Wednesday night in Stegeman Coliseum. The loss dropped Georgia to 6-16 overall and 1-8 in SEC play.

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On Tuesday, Georgia bested Alabama 82-76 at Stegeman Coliseum to earn its first conference win of the year, ending an eight game losing streak for the Bulldogs.