COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina guard Brandis Raley-Ross will miss three to four weeks with a sprained left knee.
Gamecocks coach Darrin Horn announced Raley-Ross' status on Saturday, a day after the guard took a hard fall before halftime of South Carolina's 89-76 victory over Jacksonville State.
Raley-Ross was part of South Carolina's three-guard starting lineup that included Devan Downey and Zam Fredrick.
Raley-Ross didn't play in the second half, when backups Branden Conrad and Robert Wilder saw more action.
Raley-Ross finished with five points, two assists and two rebounds in 13 minutes against Jacksonville State.

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