Florida Leading Scorer Michael Frazier Out Indefinitely With Ankle Sprain

It’s been a rough season for the Florida Gators. Billy Donovan’s squad was expected to compete in the SEC. Instead, it is currently 12-11 with a 5-5 conference mark and squarely in the middle of the conference. One of the team’s few bright spots has been leading scorer Michael Frazier, who is averaging 13.2 points a night. Unfortunately, Frazier went down with an ankle injury during the squad’s 68-61 loss against Kentucky over the weekend, and according to Donovan, there is no timetable on when the Gators’ sniper will return.

From CBS Sports:

Florida Gators coach Billy Donovan said Monday he is not expecting junior guard Michael Frazier II to play Thursday against Ole Miss due to a high ankle sprain suffered during Saturday’s loss to Kentucky. Donovan did not provide a timetable for Frazier’s return, per the Tampa Bay Times.


Frazier is the Gators’ leading scorer, averaging 13.2 points per game. He is also among the team’s top 3-point shooters (40.1 percent). Frazier also averages 4.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game.


Frazier had a season-best 27 points in a 72-71 loss at Ole Miss on Jan. 24. The Gators are unranked with a 12-11 record (5-5 SEC). They have lost their last two games.