If it wasn't for bad luck, USC basketball would have no luck.
Aaron Fuller could be having season ending Shoulder Surgery...
USC starting junior forward Aaron Fuller, the team's leading rebounder (5.9 rebounds a game) and second-leading scorer (10.6 points), could undergo season-ending shoulder surgery as early as next week, he confirmed via text message Wednesday.
Fuller, a 6-foot-6, 235-pound transfer from Iowa who was one of USC's few players with Division I experience coming into the season, suffered a labral tear in his left (shooting) shoulder in October, and in December he suffered one in his right shoulder.
He has been playing in games with those injuries but hasn't practiced much, if at all, between them.
Shut him down and get him fixed.
Continuing to play will just get him more injured and set him back further.
After all this is the rebuilding year so we don't have to worry about things until next season.