Texas forward Mo Bamba exits Oklahoma State game because of toe injury, doubtful to return

Texas freshman forward Mo Bamba exited the Longhorns’ home game vs. Oklahoma State early on Saturday due to an existing toe injury and is doubtful to return, per the Austin American-Statesman’s Brian Davis.

Bamba, who is averaging 13.4 points per game this season, did not return to the court after halftime vs. Cowboys. He entered the game battling a left toe injury — which he originally sustained vs. Oklahoma earlier in the month.

Bamba had 2 points and 4 rebounds in the first half on Saturday before leaving the contest.

Texas and Oklahoma State were tied at 52-all with just less than 7 minutes to play in the contest. The Longhorns, who sit at 6-9 in conference play, are looking to rebound from a loss at Kansas State on Wednesday.

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