Allonzo Trier left No. 18 Arizona’s game against North Dakota State on Monday night following a knee injury he suffered in the second half.
Trier is averaging 22.3 points this season. He’s an all-american on a team that is currently No. 5 in the NBC Sports Power Rankings.
Here’s a video of the play:
It appears as if the NDSU player’s knee collided with Trier’s as he was planting. Trier was taken back to the locker room with a noticeable limp, and returned to the bench with an ice pack on his knee.
“Worst case scenario or fear,” Miller said after the game. “I don’t want to say there’s no chance, but it looks like it’s something he’s going to be fine with over time. We’ll know more tomorrow. It scares you as a player when you feel that in your knee.”
Here’s to hoping it’s nothing but a bruise.