UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson injured his right wrist in Tuesday night’s game and is expected to undergo X-rays and/or an MRI today, his father told SNY.tv.
“Kyle injured his right wrist last night while diving out of bounds in the first half [in No. 13 UCLA’s 80-79 OT win over UC-Irvine],” Kyle Anderson Sr. said. “He came back in the first half after leaving in obvious pain.
“He will have X-rays and/or an MRI today.”
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