Stanford big man likely needs two more weeks
Palo Alto, CA (Sports Network) – The top-ranked Stanford Cardinal will be
without forward Justin Davis for about two more weeks due to a knee injury.
The senior underwent another MRI and results showed he is not yet fully
healed. However, it is expected that he will be back in time for the Pac-10
tournament, which begins March 11 in Los Angeles.
Davis partially tore the medial collateral ligament in his left knee on
January 29 against Oregon State, the same injury he suffered last year. He has
been doing some light exercise but has not been able to participate in a full
Davis, shooting a team-high 58-percent this season, is also the team leader in
rebounds with an average of 6.6 per contest. Davis is also averaging 10.9
points per game this season.