Georgetown's Ismael Massoud Faces Recovery Time After Suffering a Broken Hand


Georgetown senior forward Ismael Massoud encountered an unfortunate setback during the Hoyas' closed scrimmage against Pittsburgh on Saturday. Sources have revealed that Massoud sustained a broken hand in the game and is expected to be sidelined for approximately 6-8 weeks, according to reports from FOX Sports. Standing at an imposing 6 feet 9 inches, Massoud transferred from Kansas State to Georgetown for his fifth and final season of college basketball. Last season, he played a crucial role in a reserve capacity for the Kansas State Wildcats, contributing significantly to their Elite Eight run. Notably, he delivered an impressive 15 points off the bench in Kansas State's Sweet 16 victory over Michigan State. National Finals Rodeo