FSU likely without leading scorer Ian Miller for Wednesday
FEB 04, 2014 5:49p ET
Miller sprained his ankle in Saturday's loss to Clemson.
"I don't expect him to play," Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton said Tuesday afternoon.
Hamilton said that Miller does not have a fracture. But he's not sure when the senior guard may return.
Miller leads the Seminoles in scoring with 12.7 points per game despite coming off the bench. In his absence, Hamilton expects that the Seminoles (13-8, 4-5 ACC) will ask for guards Devon Bookert and Aaron Thomas to play more minutes, and he could also use freshman Marquez White for the first time.
White was a reserve defensive back for the Seminoles in 2013, but he joined the basketball team a few weeks ago. Hamilton said he has seen plenty of talent from White in practice and praised his athleticism and quickness, but he's not sure if White is ready to contribute in games yet.
The 6-foot White averaged 19 points for game for Dothan (Ala.) Northview as a senior.