PantherU.com has found that junior guard Ja’Rob McCallum is still hurting from stretched tendons in his left wrist. The shooter is one of the Milwaukee Panthers most accomplished scorers on the offensive end and a big spark to be missing from the offensive lineup.
It is unclear how long McCallum will be out of game action, but he is still down as of this writing. McCallum is averaging 10 points and 1.7 steals per game this season while playing about 27 minutes per game.
McCallum likely will miss the game against Northern Iowa, but playing Saturday has not been ruled out as his wrist is getting better since aggravating the injury originally suffered in the offseason.
Milwaukee plays at Northern Iowa on Saturday at 1 p.m. The Panthers have yet to put the entire team on the floor, as McCallum’s absence was preceded by Tony Meier in the first six games.