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UCLA's Jordan Adams to have surgery on injured right foot

March 16, 2013|By Chris Foster
  • UCLA's Jordan Adams shoots a free throw against the Arizona Wildcats.
UCLA's Jordan Adams shoots a free throw against the Arizona Wildcats. (Jeff Gross / Getty Images )

Jordan Adams will require surgery to repair his broken foot.

Adams was injured on the last play of UCLA’s 66-64 victory over Arizona in the Pac-12 tournament semifinals Friday, ending his season. He will have a pin inserted to help heal the fifth metatarsal in his right foot.

A time frame for Adams return won’t be known until after the surgery.

Adams is the Bruins’ second-leading scorer (15.3). He leads the team in free-throw percentage (84%) and steals per game (2.2). He had 24 points in the victory over Arizona, including an 11-point spree in the last six minutes.

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