UCLA's Aboya has surgery, out a month
LOS ANGELES -- UCLA freshman swingman Alfred Aboya had left knee arthroscopic surgery that will keep him out of practice for at least a month.
The surgery last week at UCLA Medical Center was Aboya's second since July, when he had loose cartilage removed from his right knee.
Aboya's latest surgery was the result of a lateral meniscus tear sustained during individual summer workouts.
"The repair to Alfred's left knee is less severe than his right, so the rehabilitation time will be less," Bruins coach Ben Howland said. "This will be a quicker healing process. It's all good news, much better than expected."
The 6-foot-8, 242-pound Aboya is a native of Cameroon. He attended prep school in New Hampshire the last two years.
Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press
MORE MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL HEADLINES
- Florida, Zona, Wichita, UVa get No. 1 seeds
- AAC's standing may have led to L'ville seed
- Brown, SMU snubbed by NCAA tournament
- Lawsuit challenges NCAA amateur model
MOST SENT STORIES ON ESPN.COM
- adidas Youth UCLA Bruins #5 True Blue Replica Tournament Basketball Jersey