According to Yahoo! Sports, the California Bears have suffered a major injury right before their NCAA March Madness Tournament game against Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors on Friday. Starting guard Tyrone Wallace suffered a fractured bone in his right hand.
He will undergo evaluations on his non-shooting hand to further determine if he’ll be able to give it a go. Right now, his status for the game is up in the air.
He reportedly suffered the injury on Wed., according to the story. The 6-foot-6 guard is averaging 15.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.4 assists in 28 games this season.
Wallace also broke a bone in his right hand in Jan. and missed a month with the injury.
The team is expected to update his condition in the coming hours. Without Wallace, if he can’t give it a go, then Brown and Rabb would be counted on more.
The Rainbow Warriors are not expected to be much of a challenge for the Bears in this game. But Wallace’s injury could affect them as they move on later in the tournament, if they defeat Hawai’i.
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