Connecticut center Brittany Hunter has her right knee surgically rebuilt and the team is ensuring that they handle her with caution so as not to aggravate the knee. When the knee is sore, Hunter sits and rests it and when it is not sore, she is on court playing.
Hunter is a junior who was transferred from Duke and because of the surgery she missed 11 games and now she plays limitedly in others. In the recent game against Villanova, she played for 9 minutes and scored 10 points. The Huskies won the game 92-49.
However, now Hunters says that she is ready to play for longer duration. This might be good news for the Huskies 안전토토사이트 as they are heading for the Big East and NCAA tournaments. She said that she is feeling much better and feels that she can play in the next 10 games.
The big question is whether the Huskies will play 10 games. It would only be possible if they reach the national title game. In order to reach the national title game, the Huskies can use Hunter give them more depth. When Hunter was not playing, the Huskies used just seven players and out of these, six were averaging 20 minutes per game.
Hunter underwent a surgery in 2004 to replace the lateral meniscus in the right knee. She sat out the season after she transferred to Connecticut from Duke and ever since she has been facing soreness of the knee. In November 2006, Hunter further aggravated the injury but decided not to have an operation till the season gets over. Currently Hunter is averaging 7.2 points with 4.7 rebounds in 17 games.