Marquette's James cleared to play

Marquette's James cleared to play

Marquette's James cleared to play

According to an ESPN report early this morning, Marquette senior point guard Dominic James has been cleared to play in today's second-round game against Missouri.

This is a stunning development. James had surgery after breaking a bone in his foot in a loss to UConn back on Feb. 25. The injury was believed to be season ending.

James, a four-year starter who is one of the best players in school history (second all-time in assists, third in scoring), averages 11.4 points, 5.1 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game.

Whether or not James will be effective or could play extended minutes is a complete unknown.

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