For now, however, he'll have to play without either.
With Wilbekin still suspended and unlikely to return for at least one more game, Florida lost Hill for about a month Monday night as a result of what has initially been diagnosed as a high left ankle sprain. Donovan said the McDonald's All-American will undergo X-rays to make sure he didn't suffer any fractures or ligament damage when he rolled his ankle at close to a 90 degree angle on a drive to the basket in the second half of Florida's victory over Southern.
Hill's injury may sideline him for all of the toughest stretch of Florida's schedule when the Gators face Florida State, UConn, Kansas and Memphis from Nov. 29 to Dec. 17. Until Wilbekin is reinstated, Florida will turn to sharpshooter Michael Frazier as its main point guard, a dicey solution since the wing lacks either the lateralRead More »from Kasey Hill’s high ankle sprain may leave Florida temporarily without a point guard