There have been rumblings recently regarding a potential injury to sophomore Boston College Men’s Basketball guard Wynston Tabbs. Unfortunately, according to a BC insider with knowledge of the situation, BC Interruption has learned that Tabbs will miss the entire season with an injury. He may be eligible for a medical redshirt.
UPDATE 1: Jon Rothstein is reporting on Twitter that Tabbs will be having season-ending surgery on his left knee.
UPDATE 2: Boston College has confirmed the news.
Tabbs was one of BC’s most important players in his freshman season, despite missing about half the season due to a lingering knee injury. The guard averaged 13.9 points per game, and the Eagles went 10-5 in games he played in, compared to 4-12 during the 16 games he missed with injury.
With the loss of fellow guards Ky Bowman and Jordan Chatman to the draft and graduation, Tabbs was primed to be a major piece of BC’s rebuild this season. It’ll be next man up for the Eagles, but this is a huge blow to the outlook for the 2019-2010 men’s basketball season.