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Husky Men's Basketball

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January 13, 2012 at 1:38 PM

Huskies on the mend

Washington sophomore C.J. Wilcox did not practice Thursday and Friday due to a hip injury that’s been bothering him for weeks.
Coach Lorenzo Romar said there’s a slim chance he’ll miss Sunday’s game against Washington State, but expects Wilcox to recover in time.
Still his injury is a bit of a mystery. He’s undergone a second MRI recently to determine the what’s wrong.
“I’ll probably practice (Saturday),” Wilcox said. “We’ll know later. Something in my hip flexor. I don’t know if it’s strained or fractured. We don’t know yet. So they’re going to wait until the results get back until we can figure out a plan on how I’m going to maintain it for the rest of the season.”
Meanwhile freshman guard Tony Wroten Jr. is nursing several injuries involving his tail bone, elbow and hip. He practiced Thursday and should play as well.
Wroten sustained the injury after a hard spill Tuesday against Seattle University.
“It affects me all the time,” he said. “In class it’s hard to stay seated for a long time. Got to lean on one side when you’re sleeping. Everything you do. I didn’t realize you do so much that contributes to your tail bone. It affects me a lot.”
Wroten has treated the injuries with ice, electric stimulation, heating pads and massages.
Romar said Friday will be the first real day when freshman forward Austin Seferian-Jenkins will get a chance to show what he can do and how much he’s learned since joining the team Monday. He’s had two days of practice to this point.
Updated: 5:15 p.m,

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