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TCU guard Kenrich Williams sustains knee injury, absent vs. William & Mary


TCU guard Kenrich Williams suffered a knee injury this week and was absent for the Horned Frogs’ home contest vs. William and Mary on Friday night.

With Kenrich Williams out with a knee injury, going with these starters. #GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/pHk3EFUMyI

— TCU Basketball (@TCUBasketball) December 23, 2017

According to Rivals.com’s Geoffrey Craig, Williams suffered a knee bruise during the week and sat out the game as a precautionary move.

Knee bruise, precautionary.

— Geoffrey Craig (@Geoffrey_Craig) December 23, 2017

Williams, a senior, is one of TCU’s most experienced players. Williams is averaging a team-best 14.5 points in addition to 9.5 rebounds per game this season. He recorded a career-high 421 points as a junior during the 2016-17  season.

Williams has a history with knee injuries. He missed the entire 2015-16 season due to a knee injury which required surgery.

TCU carried a 36-31 halftime lead. The No. 15 Horned Frogs are trying to record a school-record 16 straight wins dating back to the team’s NIT title run in March.

 

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