Terry Recovering from Strep Throat

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- University of North Carolina men's basketball senior forward Reyshawn Terry has been diagnosed with strep throat, but his condition is improving and he is expected to play Friday in the East Region semifinal against the University of Southern California.

Terry did not have a fever Wednesday. He had been unable to practice the past two days after running a high temperature and having migraine headaches beginning last Saturday prior to UNC's 81-67 win over Michigan State.

Terry scored 14 points in the second round game, 12 in the second half. The senior is averaging 9.8 points and 5.5 rebounds per game and is third all-time at UNC in three-point field goal percentage (.418).

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