Michigan State senior Denzel Valentine will miss two to three weeks following surgery on his left knee.

Michigan State will have to work hard to remain the top team in college basketball as senior Denzel Washington underwent knee surgery on Monday to repair loose cartilage in his left knee.

As a frontrunner for National Player of the Year honors, Michigan State Spartans senior Denzel Valentine has seen everything going his way as he’s the only player in nation to average at least 18 points, seven rebounds and seven assists on the season.

Sunday during a Spartans practice, Valentine pulled himself out of the action and it was discovered he had some loose cartilage in his left knee.  Monday, Valentine underwent a mild arthroscopic procedure on the knee and he is scheduled to miss the next two to three weeks.


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