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Player Injury Status; 02/14/21: G: Connor Barrett: Ankle: is out for season: 01/23/21: G: Nick Robinson: COVID-19: is out for season : Vanderbilt: Date Pos Player Injury Status; 02/25/21: F: Dylan Disu: Knee: is out for season: 01/16/21: G: Tyrin Lawrence: Knee: is out for season : Villanova: Date Pos Player Injury Status; 10/04/21: G: Bryan Antoine: Knee: is out indefinitely : Virginia: Date Pos Player Injury Status; 03/20/21: F
Player Status/Updated Notes; Abu Kigab: F: Ques Nov 9 - Shoulder - 10/14/21: Kigab is managing a shoulder injury, and it is unclear if he will suit up on November 9 versus Utah Valley. Max Rice: G:...
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Call for an Appointment(800) USC-CARE (800-872-2273) Foot injuries. The high-impact aspect of basketball is rough on your feet, due to all the jumping and landing. This is... Back injuries. Debilitating back injuries in basketball can result from the twisting motions the game requires, as well... ...
LSU basketball had suffered some bumps and bruises in the early weeks of fall practice but coach Will Wade wasn't concerned about long term injuries when last speaking with the media.
Tue, Oct 12. Not Injury Related. Expected to be out until at least Oct 19. D. Bembry. DeAndre' Bembry. SG. Mon, Oct 11. Mouth. Expected to be out until at least Oct 14.
The Most Impactful Injuries in College Basketball So Far This Season 1. Amile Jefferson, Duke. Duke seems to have finally found its footing without Amile Jefferson, and the Blue Devils... 2. Jalan West, Northwestern State. You may not have heard of Jalan West, and you may find it difficult to ...
About 60% of college basketball injuries impact the lower body. Ankle sprains and internal knee issues were most common and more likely to keep players off the court for ten or more days. Basketball is a non-contact sport, meaning the injuries on the court are far different than that of, say, football.
Close. Mechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women's college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women's basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996.