Texas Longhorns freshman Jaxson Hayes, a possible prime NBA draft choose, injured his left knee throughout Thursday’s 65-57 loss to the Kansas Jayhawks and can get additional analysis, coach Shaka Good stated.
“Hopefully it isn’t extraordinarily severe,” Good stated. “However he was in some ache.”
Jaxson Hayes, the Large 12’s Freshman of the Yr and No. 10 prospect in accordance with ESPN for this June’s NBA draft, fell to the ground underneath the basket with 1:58 left within the quarterfinal loss to Kansas. Amy Kontras/USA TODAY Sports activities
Hayes, the Large 12’s Freshman of the Yr, fell to the ground underneath the basket with 1 minute, 58 seconds left within the quarterfinal towards the Jayhawks in Kansas Metropolis, Missouri. He appeared to get tangled with guard Devon Dotson. Hayes needed to helped off the court docket and could not put weight on his leg.
Devon Dotson scored 17 factors, Dedric Lawson added 16 and No. 17 Kansas pulled away within the second half for a 65-57 victory over Texas on Thursday night time within the Large 12 Match quarterfinals.
Hayes is ranked No. 10 among the many prime 100 prospects for this June’s NBA draft, in accordance with ESPN’s Jonathan Givony.
The 6-foot-11 ahead entered Thursday averaging 10.three factors and 5.1 rebounds.