IU's White sprains knee, but Sampson says he'll play vs. Purdue
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana forward D.J. White has a sprained left knee but is expected to play against Purdue in a key Big Ten game Tuesday night.
An MRI on Sunday disclosed the injury, and coach Kelvin Sampson said during a Monday conference call that White's chances of playing were "iffy." He said White "really hyperextended his knee," causing the sprain.
But on his radio show Monday night, Sampson said the team's doctor and trainer had cleared White to play. He did not say whether ...
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