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Two Providence guards are doubtful for the Kentucky game

Two of Providence’s contributors in the backcourt, one being the starting point guard, suffered ankle injuries Sunday that will likely keep them out of action against Kentucky. Kris Dunn and Jalen Lindsey underwent X-rays and MRIs yesterday to determine the extent of the injuries and head coach Ed Cooley expects them to be out of the next two games.

“They both have really bad sprains, tender to the touch,” Cooley said of his guards, who are both on crutches. “They’re very, very doubtful.”

Dunn is averaging nine points and over seven assists in 27 minutes per game as the team’s floor general. Lindsey, a freshman from Huntington Prep, has provided shooting relief off the bench, averaging over five points while shooting 50 percent from beyond the arc.

Add these injuries to the loss of Texas’ starting point guard and UK is getting some unwanted help in two of its most difficult home games this season.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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3 Comments for Two Providence guards are doubtful for the Kentucky game

  1. pspare
    5:52 pm November 26, 2014 Permalink

    PLEASE tell me someone is listening to Tammy from Alabama on Finebaum. This lady is cray.

  2. UKfaninLou
    6:34 pm November 26, 2014 Permalink

    I hate to hear that. I would like us to be tested with a little tougher competition.

  3. Sublem
    7:03 pm November 26, 2014 Permalink

    These teams are just not having a very good time, wow.