Reddish scored 13 points in 32 minutes during Duke's second round win against UCF.

By Kaelen Jones
March 29, 2019

Duke freshman forward Cam Reddish did not play during the Blue Devils' Sweet 16 victory over Virginia Tech on Friday night at Captial One Arena in Washington, D.C.

Coach Mike Krzyzewski told CBS' Tracy Wolfson that Reddish had a left leg injury that surfaced prior to the game. Per The Herald Sun's Stephen Wiseman, a knee issue kept him out. Reddish arrived to the arena with the team Friday, but did not go through warmups and did not start the contest.

Following Friday's contest, Krzyzewski told reporters that he is not sure if Reddish will play against Michigan State on Sunday.

Reddish, a projected top-five NBA draft pick by The Crossover's Jeremy Woo, scored 13 points in 32 minutes during Duke's second-round win over UCF last week.

Reddish entered the contest averaging 13.6 points, 3.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game this year. He had started 35 games.

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