UCLA basketball: MRI shows ‘no significant damage’ to Wear’s knee


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UCLA sophomore forward David Wear, who hyper-extended his knee Saturday against Oregon, returned to practice Monday, schools officials said.

Wear had an MRI on his knee Monday, which showed “no significant damage.” He is third on the team in scoring, averaging 9.8 points and leads the team with an average of 6.4 rebounds per game.


Wear is expected to play in the Bruins’ game Thursday against Utah at the Sports Arena.


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