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Ryan Cooper | NCAA.com | January 20, 2017

Indiana forward OG Anunoby done for the year

  Indiana will be without OG Anunoby's off-the-charts athleticism for the remainder of the year.

One of college basketball's most exciting athletic specimens is done for the season, as Indiana's OG Anunoby will undergo right knee surgery.

The sophomore was injured just before the half in Indiana's victory over Penn State on Wednesday. He finishes the year averaging 11.1 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.3 blocks and steals per game.

The Jefferson City, Missouri, native received a regular spot in highlight reels for his incredible leaping ability. A compilation of his best dunks can be found here.

Indiana coach Tom Crean wrote that Anunoby is expected to make a full recovery, though it's undetermined at this point if he will return to Bloomington next season or enter the NBA draft, where he is projected to be a first-round pick.

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