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CJ Walker To “Try” To Play In Ohio State's Game Against Wisconsin After Sitting Out With Torn Ligaments In Hand

Ohio State is expected to get its starting point guard back for a top-10 road matchup.

CJ Walker will “try” to play in the 15th-ranked Buckeyes' game against No. 10 Wisconsin at the Kohl Center in Madison on Saturday, Eleven Warriors confirmed. Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports first reported the Walker news.

He missed four straight games after getting shut down on Jan. 7 to deal with torn ligaments in his right hand. The past four games, he was a presence on the bench, wearing a bulky white brace on his hand.