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The Associated Press | January 13, 2014

Duke's Gray out for season with broken kneecap

DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke says point guard Chelsea Gray will miss the rest of the season after breaking her kneecap.

Team officials disclosed Gray's injury on Monday.

Gray, a senior, broke her right kneecap during the first half of the third-ranked Blue Devils' victory against Boston College on Sunday. The injury was initially thought to be a bruised thigh.

Gray dislocated the same kneecap last season and that injury kept her out of the ACC and NCAA tournaments.

The reigning ACC co-player of the year averages 10.8 points and leads the league in assists and steals for Duke (16-1, 3-0).

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