Michigan State’s Joshua Langford will be out for the rest of the season with an injured foot. He saw a specialist to determine if he would need surgery. The surgery was necessary, and it will officially end his season.
MSU head coach Tom Izzo announced the news on Thursday afternoon. This is the second stress fracture the senior has suffered. He has had now had surgery on both of them.
Langford missed all but 13 games last season, after not missing a single contest through his two years at Michigan State. He will not play a single game in the 2019-2020 season.
The 6-foot-5 guard is a 10.2 point per game scorer in his college career. He is proficient at three-point scoring, at 40.7 percent, while averaging 45.1 percent from the field as a whole. As of this point, it is unclear what his NBA draft stock could be, given the injuries.
Michigan State continues its season without Langford on Saturday, December 21 against Eastern Michigan University.
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