COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -Ohio State's Evan Turner fell hard on his back on a dunk attempt and left the 15th-ranked Buckeyes' game against Eastern Michigan.
Turner drove the lane and was fouled as he went for a dunk with 13:27 left in the first half on Saturday. He missed the dunk and hung on to the rim, with his feet flying up to a horizontal position, before he fell onto his upper back out of bounds.
After lying on the floor for a couple of minutes, Turner was helped up by team trainers and doctors and slowly walked to the Ohio State locker room.
Turner came into the game averaging 20.6 points and 12.9 rebounds.

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