LUBBOCK, Texas — Texas Tech senior ahead Devan Cambridge will miss the remainder of the school basketball season due to a knee harm.
Cambridge bought harm within the Purple Raiders’ 87-58 victory over Omaha on Wednesday evening. Whereas not entering into different particulars in regards to the harm, the college introduced Thursday that the switch from Arizona State will miss the remainder of this season.
“Devan has been an amazing particular person and teammate since he arrived,” Texas Tech coach Grant McCasland mentioned. “It is a devastating harm for him and our program. He’s nonetheless going to make a big affect on our group this yr via his management.”
Cambridge began Texas Tech’s first eight video games, averaging 10.5 factors and 4.5 rebounds whereas enjoying 26 minutes a recreation. He shot 52.7% from the sphere (29-of-55). He scored 9 factors in opposition to Omaha earlier than getting harm with 9½ minutes left within the recreation.
He started his faculty profession with three seasons at Auburn, then went to Arizona State final season to play together with his brother. Cambridge averaged 9.8 factors and 5.4 rebounds whereas beginning 35 video games for the Solar Devils.
If he chooses to take action, Cambridge can be eligible to file for a medical hardship waiver via the Large 12 to return for one more season .