After missing Louisville's last six games because of a strained hip flexor he suffered during the Cardinals' Jan. 14 win over Duke, Quentin Snider is expected to make his return to the court Saturday against Miami. This according to a report from the Courier-Journal.
Snider was playing the best basketball of his college career before the injury, averaging 12.1 points and 4.0 assists per game. His absence was compounded by the fact that backup point guard Tony Hicks was sidelined with a broken pinkie just a little over a week later.
Louisville has gone 4-2 with Snider out of the lineup, with the two losses coming on the road against top 15 opponents in Florida State and Virginia.
Welcome back, Q.