After missing three games with a stress fracture in his foot, Kansas State’s leading scorer Dean Wade practiced today, but remained coy about whether or not he’ll play vs. Kentucky.
“I don’t play percentages well, but I feel good,” the Kansas State big man said. “I feel positive about it. It’s getting better everyday. Today I felt great out there doing a little more than usual. It felt good.”
Wade confirmed that his foot felt the best it has since he injured it, but said the goal of today’s practice was really to clear a mental hurdle before tomorrow night.
“Less pain and really just trying to get out of my mind that it’s hurt. It’s more of a mental thing, trying to get out there any running around. I’ve got to move past that.”
Yeah, he’s playing.