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Malik Hall will miss 3 weeks of Michigan State basketball due to injury

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Michigan State’s difficult basketball droop, through which they climbed into the highest 25 within the polls regardless of a frightening schedule, simply obtained somewhat tougher as the varsity introduced that ahead Malik Corridor is predicted to overlook the subsequent three weeks attributable to a stress response in your left foot.

The announcement got here hours earlier than the No. 15 Spartans (3-1) opened their Phil Knight Invitational run in Portland, Ore., towards No. 18 Alabama on Thursday evening.

In accordance to a college assertion, Corridor “was uncomfortable” following MSU’s win over Villanova Friday evening on the Breslin Heart. The Spartans do not count on the veteran to want surgical procedure to get well.

Michigan State forward Malik Hall takes a shot during the first half on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, in Indianapolis.

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“I really feel unhealthy for Malik as he has had a robust begin to the senior season,” MSU head coach Tom Izzo stated in an announcement. “If there’s a silver lining to be discovered, the medical crew is optimistic that the harm was caught earlier than it progressed to one thing extra severe. Whereas we can not rush you again, we hope that early analysis will lead to a shorter absence.”

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