LSU men’s basketball coach Trent Johnson said Wednesday at his news conference that sophomore guard Andre Stringer continues to undergo tests after experiencing a fainting spell at practice last week.
Johnson said he wasn’t sure when the Tigers would know more about Stringer’s status, but said he wouldn’t do anything as his coach to put Stringer in harm’s way.
Stringer, the team’s leading scorer averaging 12.1 points, watched Saturday’s victory over Boise State from the bench in street clothes.
“I’m just worried,” Johnson said. “You talk about a kid who loves playing. He has a great family. The sooner we find out, the better off we’ll be. But I’m worried. I’ll just leave it at that.”
Johnson said freshman guard John Isaac is day to day with a strained quad muscle in his left leg. Isaac also missed Saturday’s game after coming up lame during pregame warmups.
“He probably could play tomorrow,” Johnson said. “We’ll see how he looks in practice, but my gut is to hold him out a little longer.”
Junior Eddie Ludwig got his eighth career start Saturday in place of Stringer and played 33 minutes. The return of Isaac would give LSU another option on the perimeter.
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