Dwight Lewis said his right wrist has bothered him throughout Pac-10 play and was the reason he sat out practice Friday.
The freshman guard said he doesn’t remember the exact nonconference game that he sprained the wrist on a fall.
“I landed on the wrist and it’s never been right since,” Lewis said.
After only playing three minutes Thursday against Stanford because the Trojans went big to match up with the Cardinal’s 7-foot-tall Lopez twins and then skipping practice Friday, he came off the bench to score a career-high 14 points Saturday against Cal.
“It’s more my wrist feels better,” Lewis said. “It’s been bothering me for a while, but it’s getting better and better every day now.”