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During his weekly radio show on Tuesday, LSU coach Will Wade said that forward Shareef O'Neal will have a foot specialist examine the lingering injury that has kept him out of eight games this season.

O'Neal has missed the Tigers' last two games due to the injury. Per The Advocate:
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Coach Will Wade said on his weekly radio show Tuesday night that the 6-foot-10 O'Neal, who has proven to be a capable rebounder despite limited minutes, could be out for an extended amount of time.

While the exam is pending, Wade didn't sound too optimistic.

"We're not sure when, or if, we'll get him back this year," Wade said. "He could be on the shelf for a while. We have to see how (the examination) turns out."
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