Cincinnati senior Cashmere Wright was playing well before a knee injury caused him to miss a game two weeks ago. The star guard has returned but his game hasn't, and frustration is starting to set in.
Wright looks to put another forgettable performance behind him Saturday when the 24th-ranked Bearcats try to win for the first time in four visits to Seton Hall since joining the Big East.
Wright helped Cincinnati (17-4, 5-3) bounce back from its first back-to-back losses by scoring 23 points in a 68-58 win at Rutgers on Jan. 12 and 20 in a 75-70 victory at DePaul three days later, his best two-game scoring spree of 2012-13.
However, he injured his right knee against the Blue Demons and sat out a 71-69 overtime home win over No. 25 Marquette on Jan. 19. Wright, second on the Bearcats with 14.1 points per game, returned to the court at then-No. 3 Syracuse on Jan. 21, but he has struggled to get back on track.
He scored a season low-tying five points on 2-of-13 shooting in the 57-55 loss...