Update 6:25 p.m. Trevor Keels seems unlikely to play for Duke Tuesday against Clemson.
Trevor Keels is on the court in street clothes-- a heavy indication that he will not be playing for the second straight game tonight— Duke Basketball (@dukebasketball) January 25, 2022
Update 6:15 p.m. Illinois stars Kofi Cockburn and Andre Curbelo are out against Michigan State. That’s a big blow for the Illini, who will now be heavy underdogs against the Spartans.
Update 5:00 p.m. Javon Freeman-Liberty is out for DePaul at Villanova.
Update 1:42 p.m. Eli Paquet is a go for Colorado tonight against Oregon according to Jon Rothstein.
Update 1:10 p.m. It looks like TyTy Washington might not be available for the Kentucky Wildcats this evening, according to Jack Pilgrim of Kentucky Sports Report.
As the heat of 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 with statuses in question on Tuesday, January 25th in some key major-conference matchups. When we see updates to player status, we’ll also add those above before tip-off.
DePaul: Javon Freeman-Liberty, questionable (groin)
Clemson vs. No. 6 Duke
Duke: Trevor Keels, doubtful (calf)
Illinois: Kofi Cockburn, questionable (concussion)
Mississippi State: Tolu Smith, out (knee)
Mississippi State: Rocket Watts, probable (illness)
Kentucky: TyTy Washington, questionable (ankle) Update: He’s likely out.
Arizona: Azuolas Tubelis, questionable (ankle)
Cincinnati vs Temple
Cincinnati: John Newman, questionable (ankle) Update: He should play.
Colorado: Eli Parquet, probable (lower leg) Update: He should play.
Richmond vs. Rhode Island
URI: Malik Martin, questionable (knee)