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College basketball injuries to watch for Thursday, January 20th

We take a look at who will be on the court and who won’t this Thursday in college basketball.

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As the college basketball conference season heats up, more and more players will be unavailable due to new or nagging injuries, COVID-19 health protocols, and other off-the-court matters as well. And for the sports bettor, the last-minute updating status of injuries can be the deciding factor in how to bet plenty of games on the board.

We take a look at some of the players that are questionable for action on Thursday, January 20th in some key major-conference matchups.

Georgetown vs. #21 Providence

Georgetown: Donald Carey, probable (illness)
Georgetown: Kobe Clark, probable (illness)
Georgetown: Jordan Riley, out (shoulder)

Providence: A.J. Reeves, questionable (finger)

#4 Purdue vs. Indiana

Purdue: N/A

Indiana: Trayce Jackson-Davis, probable (hip)
Indiana: Kristian Lander, questionable (leg)

#16 USC vs. Colorado

USC: N/A

Colorado: Javon Ruffin, doubtful (knee)
Colorado: Quincy Allen, out for season (hip surgery)

#25 UConn vs. Butler

UConn: N/A

Butler: Christian David, questionable (knee)
Butler: DJ Hughes, questionable (protocols)

San Francisco vs. #1 Gonzaga

San Francisco: N/A

Gonzaga: Dominick Harris, doubtful (foot)
Gonzaga: Kaden Perry, questionable (back)

#3 Arizona vs. Stanford

Arizona: Kerr Kriisa, probable (non-COVID injury)
Arizona: Kim Aiken, doubtful (out)

Stanford: Maxime Raynaud, questionable (protocols)

#9 UCLA vs. Utah

UCLA: Jaime Jaquez, game time decision (ankle)
UCLA: David Singleton, questionable (concussion protocol)

Utah: Branden Carlson, doubtful (appendicitis)
Utah: Bostyn Holt, out for season (knee)