Justice Sueing Will Miss Ohio State’s Basketball Game Against Bowling Green Due to Lingering Lower-Body Injury

By Dan Hope on November 15, 2021 at 5:24 pm
Justice Sueing

Ohio State will be without Justice Sueing for Monday night’s game against Bowling Green.

The senior forward “is having his existing lower body injury evaluated,” according to Ohio State, and will not be available for the Buckeyes’ game against the Falcons, which is scheduled for a 6:30 p.m. tip-off at the Schottenstein Center and will be televised on Big Ten Network.

Sueing has been battling a lower-body injury since last season and was limited by the injury in Ohio State’s first two games of the year, in which he came off the bench and played just 15.5 minutes per game while scoring only two points against Akron and 10 points against Niagara. While Sueing is expected to be one of Ohio State’s primary scorers this year behind E.J. Liddell, the injury has prevented him from becoming that thus far this season.

Chris Holtmann said after the game that Sueing went to see a specialist in Cleveland and that his injury is “significant,” though he does not expect it to be season-ending.

In better news for Ohio State, Louisiana transfer guard Cedric Russell is back with the team and available to play against Bowling Green after missing the Niagara game due to a death in the family.

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