Gators center Horford has high-ankle sprain
13 de December de 2006, 7:13 PM
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- No. 5 Florida, expected to get forward Corey Brewer back after he missed three games with mononucleosis, might be without another frontcourt player.
Center Al Horford has a high-ankle sprain and is questionable for Sunday's game against Florida A&M in Tampa.
"It's something that can really last a long time," coach Billy Donovan said Wednesday.
Horford, averaging 12.2 points and 6.8 rebounds, injured his ankle during practice Monday while diving for a loose ball.
"It was really kind of a freak thing," Donovan said.
Horford was wearing a protective boot Wednesday and did not practice. Donovan said his ankle wasn't swollen and he didn't have any pain, but he said the 6-foot-10 junior will sit out practice again Thursday before getting re-evaluated.
After playing Florida A&M, the defending national champion Gators face Stetson next Wednesday and then host No. 4 Ohio State on Dec. 23.
Brewer missed two weeks of practice but has been cleared to play against the Rattlers. Forward Joakim Noah also has been slowed by a respiratory infection.
"There's no question between the illnesses, the mono and Al, we're fighting through some of this stuff right now," Donovan said. "But we'll keep moving through it and keep trying to get our younger guys better."

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