Georgia junior forward Yante Maten has a "serious" knee injury, head coach Mark Fox said after Kentucky's 82-77 win.
Maten collided with Kentucky guard Isaiah Briscoe, which caused the injury. Maten was on the court being tended to by the Georgia training staff before limping to the locker room for observation. It didn't appear he could put much weight on his leg due to the injury.
Fox said he is awaiting more information on the severity of the injury.
"How serious we do not know," Fox said.
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Maten entered Saturday's game as Georgia's leading scorer at 19.4 points per game. His absence for the remainder of the game would be huge, considering he scored 22 points in the two teams' first meeting.
Maten was able to return to the Georgia bench with a brace on the knee. He still appeared to be in pain and was hopping on his left leg for the most part.
Maten did not score a basket during the limited minutes he played.