Bad news from Columbia: Reid Travis sprained his right knee around the ten-minute mark of the second half of Kentucky vs. Missouri. He will not return to the game.
The injury occurred when Keldon Johnson fell into Reid’s leg after going up for a rebound. Reid’s knee bent inward, and when Kentucky regained possession, a timeout was called and he limped off the floor. He was able to leave the game and go to the locker room under his own power.
Play in which Reid Travis injured his right knee. pic.twitter.com/Eb9OFpcbGg
— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) February 20, 2019
Reid had a stress fracture his freshman year at Stanford, but it was in his left leg, not his right, so at least there’s that.
We’ll bring you updates as we have them.