Freshman Sincere Carry has the reputation of a tough kid and we could see another example of that tonight.
A week after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, Carry could be making a quicker than anticipated return to the court.
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A source tells Pittsburgh Sports Now that depending on how he feels following pregame warmups, Carry could play tonight as the Dukes return to action at St. Louis.
In fact, we’re told that it’s likely will return tonight after missing the last two games.
If Carry does return, no word on if he’ll start or how many minutes he could play. While taking Carry’s place at point, Tavian Dunn-Martin scored a career-high 30 points against UMass.
Tonight’s game against St. Louis (18-11) has meaning for the Dukes as they’re still playing for seeding in the upcoming A-10 Tournament and are one win away from a 20-win season.