According to a source close to the situation, Gonzaga's Elias Harris won't miss much time.
An MRI revealed that the sophomore forward did not suffer a torn Achilles and the source said he is likely to be out a week or so.
While Harris hasn't performed well over the first three games of the season, he's still one of the top players in the country and will be critical if the 'Zags are to do any damage this season.
Harris, who suffered a shoulder injury in the preseason, was injured late in last night's loss to San Diego State and limped off the floor.
He said he heard a "pop" and the worst was initially feared, but the Gonzaga staff became optimistic when he was able to walk on Wednesday afternoon.
Now it'll be interesting to see whether Gonzaga elects to sit Harris for the CBE Classic early next week. The 'Zags face Kansas State on Monday and a win over the Wildcats could set up a matchup against top-ranked Duke on Tuesday.