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February 12, 2008 at 8:18 PM

Holiday injured

Justin Holiday, who appeared to be creating a regular spot for himself in UW’s rotation, could be out for this weekend’s games at Oregon.
The school reported tonight that Holiday, a freshman guard, fell during practice and sprained his right
knee and right ankle. His status for this week’s games will be determined
tomorrow (Wednesday) when he is examined by the medical staff.
If Holiday is out, UW will be down to 10 players with Darnell Gant redshirting and Adrian Oliver having transferred in December.
Holiday played nine minutes in the win against UCLA, assigned to contain Josh Shipp, who was the Bruins’ most consistent scorer of the game. Shipp led the Bruins with 19 points but got just two against Holiday on a tough jumper over an outstretched hand.
Holiday played six minutes against USC on Thursday night, six against Cal and eight against Stanford, his most consistent action of the season.

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