Mike Woodson updates Indiana's plans for Trayce Jackson-Davis following absence against Little Rock
Mike Woodson updated everyone on what Indiana is going to do with Trayce Jackson-Davis since he missed the Little Rock game as a precaution due to a lingering back injury.
Woodson stated that the team is going to continuously evaluate Jackson-Davis heading into their next game against Jackson State on Friday. The Hoosiers beat Little Rock 87-68 in Jackson-Davis’ absence.
Thankfully Jackson-Davis has nothing major wrong with him, according to Woodson.
“We’ll continue to evaluate him,” said Woodson. “He’s kinda beat up a little bit physically. Nothing major.”
Mike Woodson on Trayce Jackson-Davis: “We’ll continue to evaluate him. He’s kinda beat up a little bit physically. Nothing major.” #iubb
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Jackson-Davis has picked up right where he left off from last season. The Hoosier forward is averaging 20.8 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game this year. He is also shooting 75.6% from the floor and is making 71.4% of his free throws.
We’ll keep you updated if Woodson comments on Jackson-Davis’ status any further ahead of Friday’s game.
Indiana plays Jackson State at Assembly Hall Friday at 12:30 p.m. ET on BTN. The Hoosiers are 5-0 heading into the matchup.