Kentucky men's basketball freshman forward Terrence Jones has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in one of his ribs and will not play the remainder of the three-day, three-game exhibition series in Windsor, Ontario.
Jones, a 6-foot-8 forward out of Portland, Ore., left Sunday's game against Windsor with pain in his left shoulder, which has been bothering him the past few weeks. Jones was taken to Detroit for an MRI Monday morning, where he was diagnosed the stress fracture. UK's medical staff has determined the stress fracture is what was causing pain in Jones' left shoulder.
UK is hoping to have Jones back by mid-September when it begins its individual workouts. Big Blue Madness is scheduled for mid-October.