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‘Can’t Catch a break’: Penn State Forward Greg Lee Indicates Injury in Instagram Post

Photo from Western Michigan Athletics: Greg Lee

Greg Lee missed the first month of Penn State’s basketball season due to injury.

Lee transferred to Penn State, using his pandemic-granted sixth year of eligibility, after spending the 2020-21 season at Western Michigan, where he averaged 13.0 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game.

Now, it looks like he’ll be missing some more time.

Hours before the Nittany Lions are scheduled to host Michigan at the Bryce Jordan Center, the 6-foot-9 forward posted a picture on Instagram that showed his foot in a boot and a caption that said, “can’t catch a break for (anything) lol.”

Lee has started eight of ten games he’s played in and played 26 minutes off the bench against Saturday night at Wisconsin. The sixth-year senior who originally played at Cal State Bakersfield from 2016-19 averages 7.8 points and 6.9 rebounds per game for the Nittany Lions this season.

It’s not clear yet what Lee’s specific injury is or when he’ll be able to return to the floor.

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