Troy Cage to have knee surgery
Redshirt freshman guard Troy Cage, expected to compete for playing time at guard this year, will undergo knee surgery on Friday to repair a torn tendon according to UNLV head coach Lon Kruger. The 6-foot-5 Cage sat out Monday's short workout at the Thomas & Mack Center complaining of sore knees. "Troy Cage has a partial tendon tear in his knee and will have surgery on Friday," Kruger told Rebel Nation. "He'll be out until mid-January."
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