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LSU guard Brandon Sampson suffered a high ankle sprain injury in Tuesday night's loss to Notre Dame and will be out 3-4 weeks, according to head coach Will Wade.

Sampson, a junior from Baton Rouge, rolled his ankle after coming down on the foot of Notre Dame's Bonzie Colson less than a minute into Tuesday's game. He was helped off the court to the locker room and did not return to the game.

After the loss, Will Wade said that Sampson will be out for a few weeks and that the X-rays showed no fracture.

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Ankle sprains linger longer than this... Prayers for you Brandon. You are a great guy and I'm deeply depressed. Don't rush, heal thoroughly and the NBA will be there. You lit Michigan up..... Thank you.
Reply41 months
I don’t see NBA in Brandon’s future. He hasn’t exactly been a dominant player in college so far. I do, however, think he’s a quality young man who will geaux far in life with a good education and hard work. I wish Brandon well on his return to the court and all future endeavors.
41 months
Good news. He will be back soon.
Reply41 months
This guy stuck it out with all the junk in this programs recent past. Prayers for a speedy recovery to a tremendous young man.
Reply41 months
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