RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -North Carolina State point guard Farnold Degand has tendinitis in his left knee and may be sidelined two weeks.
Degand developed tendinitis in the knee that was surgically repaired last season, coach Sidney Lowe said Friday.
Degand missed the final 2 1/2 months after tearing a ligament last December. Lowe said Degand likely had tendinitis before, but his recovery from surgery may have worsened it.
Degand started and played 13 minutes in last week's opener at New Orleans.
Sophomore Javier Gonzalez likely will start in his place Saturday against High Point.
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