UCLA's Collison Sprains Ankle, Still Probable for Weber State

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- UCLA point guard Darren Collison sprained his ankle during practice Tuesday but will likely be ready to play in the Bruins' NCAA tournament first-round game against Weber State.

Collison suffered a first-degree sprain to his left ankle during practice Tuesday, UCLA spokesman Marc Dellins said. The sophomore guard is listed as probable for Thursday night's game in Sacramento.

Collison is third on the team in scoring at 12.6 per game and leads the team in assists with 179.

The Bruins are the second seed in the West Regional.

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