COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina guard Brandis Raley-Ross sprained his left knee while practicing this weekend and could miss up to two weeks.
Raley-Ross was shooting Saturday at the Gamecocks practice facility with another player on a day off for the team when he went to slam dunk the ball and landed awkwardly, coach Dave Odom said.
An MRI exam showed no tear in the sophomore's knee.
Raley-Ross leads the nation in 3-point shooting at 65.2 percent (30-of-46), and is tied for third for the Gamecocks in scoring at 10.6 points a game. He has started nine of 12 games.
South Carolina plays Radford on Wednesday and North Carolina-Asheville on Saturday before opening Southeastern Conference play at No. 15 Vanderbilt on Jan. 9.

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