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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Summes Has Not Practiced And Is Day-To-Day

Camille Powell has an article in today's Washington Post about Patrick Ewing Jr. and what he brings to the team (and to life). It is definitely worth a read.

Powell also notes that DaJuan Summers did not practice yesterday and, according to JTIII, is day-to-day. Summers' injury is very worrisome to the Hoyas' prospects going forward. He is the team's second-leading scorer and the effects of a sprained ankle can often linger for months. Due to the importance of this story, The VBBs are trying to get a little more info for our loyal readers. Stay tuned (Oooooooooooooh, mysterious).

UPDATE: Barker Davis adds additional information about Summers' status in his piece for today's Washington Times.
"But the prognosis on DaJuan is much better than we initially expected. It
looks like minor sprain. There's nothing broken or torn, no ligament damage.
We'll make a game-time decision on him tomorrow, but he's been moving around
pretty well, and I'm pretty sure he's going to play."

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