Georgetown point guard Chris Wright will be back for the NCAA tournament after missing three games with a broken left hand.

Wright said Sunday he can dribble, shoot and run and will be ready to go when the eighth-seeded Hoyas play the winner of Southern California and Virginia Commonwealth on Friday in the Southwest Regional.

Georgetown went winless without Wright, averaging just 53 points per game. He was hurt in the second half against Cincinnati on Feb. 23 and had surgery the next day.

Although he's been cleared to practice, Wright says he hasn't been on the court in full-contact mode yet. He says his ``high tolerance for pain'' will help if someone hits his hand.