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Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin senior forward Ryan Evans sustained a right knee sprain during Thursday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's senior day game against Purdue.
Badgers forward Sam Dekker said Evans who did not practice on Friday injured himself while making a move through the lane and attempting to jump off his left foot. The injury occurred before reporters were allowed into practice.
"I think he was going to try to go through someone for a dunk," Dekker said. "He let out a little yell. At first, I was pretty worried, but he calmed down right away. He walked out, so that was a good sign."
Evans wasn't made available to the media Friday.
During his Wisconsin career, Evans has played in all 131 games. He has started all 28 games this season and the last 64 games overall. This season, he ranks third on the team in scoring (10.5 points) and first in rebounds (7.6).
Evans spoke earlier in the week, before Wisconsin's 77-4...
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It is being reported by Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal that Badgers senior forward Ryan Evans left Thursday's practice with a right knee injury.
When asked about it UW training staff is quoted as saying that the severity of the injury was unknown and he is currently listed as day-to-day.
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