Former Houston and Arkansas basketball player Reggie Chaney has reportedly died at the age of 23.

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Former Houston and Arkansas basketball player Reggie Chaney passed away on Monday. According to multiple reports. He was 23 years old.

The Houston Chronicle said the cause of death was not immediately known.

Chaney played three seasons for Houston from 2020-23 and two seasons for Arkansas from 2018-20. He was a member of the Cougars team that reached the Final Four in 2021 and the 2023 team that entered the NCAA Tournament as the top seed.

It was chaney He was named the sixth AAC Man of the Year Last season the team finished 31-3. According to Chronicle, he was slated to play professional basketball with the Greek team Psychiko BC. Shani Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma He played high school basketball in Texas before transferring as a freshman to Findlay Prep in Nevada. He committed to Arkansas as a three-star prospect in 2017 and transferred to Houston after his sophomore season.

Reggie Chaney played for Houston in the 2021 Final Four and was named AAC Man of the Year as a senior.  (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)

Reggie Chaney played for Houston in the 2021 Final Four and was named AAC Man of the Year as a senior. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)

After a Sweet 16 loss to Miami ended his college career in March, Chaney spoke about his relationship with his teammates.

“Losing is not the biggest thing,” Chaney said. “Not seeing those guys every day, not playing with those guys on the court again, not wearing a Houston jersey, that hurts so bad.”

Chaney’s friends, coaches and teammates remembered him fondly at the news of his death. Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman wrote on social media that Chaney was a “relentless worker well liked by his teammates.”

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It was chaney Born to parents Chandra Chaney and Reggie Lee have two sisters, Aubrey Lee and Damia Chaney, and a brother, Carter Lee.

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