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Reports: Arizona Leading Scorer Allonzo Trier Broke Bone In Hand During Loss To USC

The past week couldn't have gone much worse for Arizona basketball. The Wildcats began it at 13-1 and ranked seventh in the country, but went on to lose two games in three days and possibly their leading scorer for over a month. During Saturday night's four overtime loss to USC, freshman guard Allonzo Trier reportedly suffered a broken bone in his hand.

">January 10, 2016

">@APlayersProgram freshman Allonzo Trier will be out four to six weeks after suffering a broken right hand in Saturday’s game at USC."

— Andy Katz (@ESPNAndyKatz) January 10, 2016

Trier hasn't directly commented yet, but his most recent tweet doesn't do much to assuage Wildcat fans' fears.

Trier leads Arizona with 14.8 points per game this season. He had a fantastic performance against the Trojans, leading the team with 25 points on 10-of-19 shooting, and chipping in six rebounds and four assists. His loss is a huge one for the Pac-12 powerhouse.