Anderson, Lamb have surgery

From UCLA:

UCLA junior guard Jerime Anderson had surgery yesterday to repair a nasal fracture that he sustained in a pick-up game on Wednesday, June 23 and is resting comfortably.

Incoming freshman guard Tyler Lamb had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee to remove a loose body and is expected to be out of commission for 3-4 weeks.

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  • Peter

    I’m a bit worried when our basketball players begin carrying around loose bodies.

  • Anonymous

    And you thought the football team was bad.

  • mandobruin

    We have a commitment and nothing about it. I know you are away, but just wish Ramona or even Wolf would add to news when you are away. Wolf has tons of junk, but at least something to talk about and not a dead period.

  • MichaelRyerson

    well, I reluctantly agree with mandobruin. what with the omaha thing and now your personal time off the blog has drifted and dried up. Hard to believe you are exclusively responsible for keeping some little posting activity on here. don’t you have a fill-in who can cover for you? I understand you have a life outside this blog but is it asking too much to see something tossed up everyday? other blogs affiliated with major universities seem to get something up pretty much every few hours.

  • Warren

    Anderson needs a suckectomy, as his body was riddled with suckiness all last season.

  • Don

    … do we ever compare the injuries of our hoops team to other quality teams and if so how do we stand? I think it’s pre-season every year that we have the news scoop every year. are our guys strong enough or are they playing street ball in prep to the NCAA season?