Roy Williams doubts Kendall Marshall will be ready to play in the round of 16 against Ohio on Friday.

“My guess is — purely guess — that he will not play,” Williams said. “But as I said, we’re uncertain.”

Williams said the surgery to insert a screw into Marshall's fractured right wrist was successful.

“They felt like everything was as good as it could be on the scaphoid bone,” Williams said. “The break, the fracture … was at a point where it does get better blood supply than other parts of the bone, and it went really, really well.”