June 18, 2024

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Angel Reese was hardly able to support her right ankle on Friday following LSU’s 78-48 victory over Auburn in the SEC tournament quarterfinals.

The All-American forward, nevertheless, stated that she does not anticipate letting the injury interfere with her availability for Saturday’s (6 p.m., ESPNU) semifinal match between the No. 2 Tigers and No. 3 Ole Miss.

Reese stated, “I’m feeling good,” during the SEC Network broadcast. It’s alright. It’s okay, I mean, I roll my ankle all the time.”

During the victory over Auburn, Reese had her ankle re-taped by a trainer. To stay loose at another, she rode the stationary bike beside the LSU bench.

Nevertheless, Reese put in 32 productive minutes, finishing with a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds.

LSU is currently staffing short. Despite having lingering plantar fasciitis in her right foot, freshman Mikaylah Williams is well enough to play, but coach Kim Mulkey has kept her out of the SEC tournament thus far to ensure she’ll be fit for the start of the NCAA Tournament.

Is Mulkey going to treat Reese’s sore ankle in a similar manner? The star player for LSU doesn’t appear to believe she will.

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