Seton Hall G Sterling Gibbs injures knee: 'It doesn't look good'
Seton Hall dropped to 7-4 on the season on Saturday, but the Pirates might be without leading scorer Sterling Gibbs for the foreseeable future.
On a day when Seton Hall lost to St. Peter’s, things could get worse for Kevin Willard’s squad.
Leading scorer Sterling Gibbs injured his knee toward the end of regulation, and it doesn’t seem like the Pirates are optimistic.
“We’ll know more after he gets his MRI tomorrow, but it doesn’t look good,” Willard told reporters after the game, according to @DalyDoseOfHoops.
Sterling GIbbs is down and rolling around on the ground. This doesn't look good at all.— Brendan Prunty (@BrendanPrunty) December 14, 2013
Gibbs crashed into bodies going for the game-tying shot, tumbled into the front row and immediately went down. They're looking at his R knee— Brendan Prunty (@BrendanPrunty) December 14, 2013
Gibbs helped off the floor with trainers holding him up. No pressure at all on the knee.— Brendan Prunty (@BrendanPrunty) December 14, 2013
Gibbs, a 6-foot-2 point guard from New Jersey, is averaging 16.0 points and 4.1 assists for Seton Hall this season. He transferred to the Pirates after spending his freshman campaign at Texas.
Seton Hall is now 7-4 on the season, with losses to St. Peter’s, Fairleigh Dickinson, Mercer and Oklahoma.
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