Most graduate transfers playing high-major college basketball are looking for a bigger stage and a brighter spotlight, an opportunity to show their talents after three seasons in relative obscurity.
For Maryland senior Rasheed Sulaimon, playing for the Terps this season was a chance to reshape an image that was stained by his dismissal from Duke last year and teach some teammates how to play in big games.
Another big game was played Saturday at Xfinity Center by fourth-ranked Maryland. Another big performance was put together by the 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Houston.
Sulaimon finished with 21 points and 10 rebounds in a 72-61 victory over No. 18 Purdue marking...