CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - Add another name to the list of key injuries for top-ranked North Carolina.
Coach Roy Williams said Friday that senior Bobby Frasor hasn't practiced since spraining his left ankle Monday night. Williams said he doesn't know if Frasor will be able to play in the Tar Heels' opener against Penn on Saturday, which could put him on the bench alongside national player of the year Tyler Hansbrough and top defender Marcus Ginyard.
Williams said earlier this week that Hansbrough is ``extremely doubtful'' as he recovers from a right shin injury. Ginyard is expected to be out until December after having surgery on his left foot.

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