Calhoun Likely to Miss DePaul Game

STORRS, Conn. – Connecticut officials have not ruled out Jim Calhoun's return to the bench for Wednesday's game against DePaul at Gampel Pavilion - but it seems highly unlikely that the Hall of Famer will back to coaching by that time.

Meanwhile, two of UConn's top players – freshman center Andre Drummond and sophomore guard Jeremy Lamb – were unable to practice Monday. Drummond rolled his right ankle in the second half against Syracuse on Saturday but the injury wasn't as serious as it appeared. He was examined Sunday and there were no broken bones, just a sprain.

Lamb has a sprained right big toe and did not participate in Monday's drills. UConn is hoping both will be ready for the DePaul game.

UConn is 15-9 (5-7 in the Big East) with six regular season games remaining before the Big East tournament.


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