LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) – The injury bug has bitten the Indiana Hoosiers yet again.
On Saturday, the team ruled James Blackmon out indefinitely with a lower leg injury. The IU junior guard appeared to injure his right knee in Thursday’s loss to Michigan.
Blackmon is the team’s leading scorer averaging nearly 18 points a game.
He missed all of Big Ten play season last year after suffering a knee injury that required season-ending surgery.
Earlier this month, the Hoosiers lost sophomore OG Anunoby for the season after injuring his right knee.
IU is back in action Sunday at Northwestern.
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