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Marquette's James Likely Done For Season

Posted on: February 25, 2009 11:20 pm
Edited on: February 25, 2009 11:22 pm

Marquette Senior Dominic James left their game against UCONN early in the first half, only to later reveal a broken bone in his foot, the Fifth Metatarsal. This is the same injury that Levance Fields suffered against Dayton last year, he missed 3 months of court time and has had corrective surgery as many as 3 times since. James is likely to miss the Big East and NCAA Tournament barring a miraculous recovery. It is sad to see a hard working Senior go down so late in the season, especially when he is such a crucial part to their team's success.

James averaged 11.7 Point Per Game, and led the team in Assists averaging 5.3 and steals, 2.3, per contest. If James does not return, he will finish as Marquette's third All-Time leading scorer, behind Jerel McNeal and George Thompson.


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