Stress Fracture For Quentin Thomas

Stress Fracture For Quentin Thomas

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. --- University of North Carolina sophomore point guard Quentin Thomas was not available to play on Tuesday night versus Illinois in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge due to a stress fracture of the third metatarsal bone of his left foot (the third toe on his left foot).

Thomas suffered the injury in practice prior to Carolina's season-opener vs. Gardner-Webb on Nov. 19. He played in each of the Tar Heels' first three games, but has missed practice time and did not start any of those contests.

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