Dayton junior forward Kendall Pollard practiced Friday, participated in the morning shootaround Saturday and will be a game-time decision at noon as the Flyers play Rhode Island at UD Arena.
Pollard has missed the last four games with a bone bruise on his femur. The Flyers are 2-2 in those games. He missed two games in January with a strained Achilles tendon, and the Flyers went 1-1 in those games.
Sophomore guard Darrell Davis will miss the game because of a death in his family. His uncle died. He will not be at the game.
Dayton (22-5, 12-3) shares first place with Virginia Commonwealth and St. Joseph’s in the Atlantic 10 with three games to play.