Harvard guard Siyani Chambers chips tooth against Arizona

It’s been a rough evening for Harvard.

The upstart Crimson, who just days ago won their first-ever NCAA tournament game by beating No. 3 New Mexico in the first round, are currently getting torched by Arizona early in the second half.

And now their star freshman point guard is losing teeth.


 

Chambers was trying to make a jump-pass along the perimeter when he collided with an Arizona player, sending Chambers and part of his tooth flying.


Don’t worry. The wayward piece was saved.

Just two weeks ago, Saint Mary’s forward Brad Waldow experienced something similar. Except he apparently wanted the tooth stowed away for safe keeping. Probably to tuck beneath his pillow.

Regardless, Chambers will be be fine. Harvard has an entire school filled with very qualified people who can help.

(h/t SBNation)

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Cindy Boren · March 23, 2013