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November 15, 2012 at 5:05 PM

Video: Scott Suggs says he wants to play

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Washington senior guard Scott Suggs said he was tired and groggy Wednesday a day after taking a knee to the back of the head and suffering a concussion.
It’s uncertain if he’ll return for Saturday’s game against Seton Hall.
“I want to play, but I’m not sure or not,” Suggs said. “It depends on what the doctors say on what my symptoms are.
Coach Lorenzo Romar said Suggs will need to be symptom free for two days before returning to the court. There’s concern how Suggs will handle today’s long flight to Uncasville, Conn, the site of this weekend’s Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament.
“I’m doing a lot better today, but yesterday I was kind of tired,” Suggs said. “Kind of foggy, but a lot better today.”

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