Update: LSU forward Darius Days leaves with injury vs. Alabama men's basketball
Days hopped off the court with 2:15 left in the first half, and LSU called timeout with 2:09 left in the first half to take him out of the game. Days laid on the floor momentarily before heading back to the locker room.
Before the injury, Days had five points and two rebounds in 12 minutes.
Alabama led LSU 27-23 at the time of Day's injury.
Days did not return to the game after his injury.
"It's a sprained ankle," LSU head coach Will Wade said after the game of Days' injury. "It doesn't appear to be terrible, but we'll know more when we get back."
Alabama defeated LSU 70-67.
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