Dane undergoes MRI

Tennessee's Dane Bradshaw underwent an MRI exam on his shoulders Tuesday morning in Knoxville, associate athletic trainer Chad Newman announced today. Bradshaw, a 6-foot-4 guard/forward, has been experiencing persistent soreness in his shoulders for several weeks.

A diagnosis of the results of the MRI is not expected to be known until later this week.

A native of Memphis, Dane Bradshaw has started every game this year for the 9-2 Vols. He leads the team in assists (46), blocks (10) and steals (tied with JaJuan Smith with 27) while averaging 7.5 points and 4.1 rebounds per game.

Last night in Nashville his tip-in with 1.9 seconds left gave Tennessee a 79-77 victory over previously unbeaten and 15th-ranked Oklahoma State.


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