IU basketball reduced to 10 stock players for Sunday game against Louisiana – The Daily Hoosier

The luxury Indiana enjoyed when he started his last two games with the 13 available stock players quickly wore off.

The Hoosiers will be reduced to just 10 available stock players when they face Louisiana on Sunday night.

As we previously reported, Trey Galloway is out after undergoing surgery on a wrist injury. Indiana has tagged it as indefinitely, although her family’s social media posts indicate a delay of 4-6 weeks.

As we reported in our Bulletin after the St. John’s game, point guard Rob Phinisee has a calf injury and he won’t be playing tonight. Indiana officially describes Phinisee’s problem as “a leg injury he sustained in the second half against St. John’s.” Indiana backup point guard Phinisee is averaging 4.0 points in 20.3 minutes of action per game.

Finally, freshman center Logan Duncomb was suspended for three games following a violation of team rules. Indiana gave no further details regarding the rule violation. He appeared in one game and recorded four minutes.

UI (3-0) and Louisiana tip at 7:30 p.m. EST. The match will be televised on BTN.

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