LOS ANGELES (AP) -An MRI on UCLA center Alfred Aboya's left wrist was negative, and he was listed as probable for the 13th-ranked Bruins' game against Florida International on Saturday at Pauley Pavilion.
The senior center had a career-high 22 points and eight rebounds in UCLA's 77-60 victory over Southern Illinois on Friday night in the consolation game of the 2K Sports Classic at Madison Square Garden, but landed hard after taking a charge late in the game.
UCLA coach Ben Howland feared Aboya had broken his wrist, but X-rays and a CT scan in New York came back negative, as did the MRI after the Bruins returned to Los Angeles.
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