UCLA freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad is expected to be out two to four weeks because of a strained right shoulder, the school announced Thursday.
Muhammad was injured during practice Wednesday. It is the second injury he has suffered since entering UCLA. Muhammad was sidelined for most of the summer because of a sprained ankle.
Whether Muhammad will be eligible upon his return is still unknown. He has not been cleared to play by the NCAA, which is investigating his eligibility.
Muhammad has been allowed to practice with UCLA, but he can do so only for a 45-day period. That span is believed to have started a few days before the Bruins opened practice Oct. 12, and it won't pause because of his injury.