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Bouldin is okay, expected to start Saturday

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GU's Matt Bouldin was helped off the court after colliding with an Augustana player Wednesday night (Photo: SWX) GU's Matt Bouldin was helped off the court after colliding with an Augustana player Wednesday night (Photo: SWX)
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SPOKANE, Wash. - Matt Bouldin's going to be okay. After colliding with an Augustana player Wednesday night in a blowout win, coach Mark Few said Thursday his star point guard is healthy and is expected to start Saturday against Davidson in the Battle in Seattle.

Bouldin and a Viking player collided heads in the first half, sending both of them to the floor. Bouldin left the game and didn't return. He said after the game he thought he might have suffered a concussion..

The team reported Thursday Bouldin was feeling much better and that trainers will continue to monitor him over the next couple of days.

Bouldin is leading the Zags in scoring, averaging 16.8 ppg and 3.8 assists.

The Zags play Davidson Saturday at 4 p.m. The game can be seen live on KHQ and SWX (FSN out of the Spokane area).

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