IPFW's Justin Jordan Injures Knee, Could Miss Significant Time.

By Dean Pantazi

June 6, 2012 Updated Jun 6, 2012 at 11:22 PM EST

FORT WAYNE (Indiana's NewsStar) - A pickup game injury could cost IPFW men's basketball the services of point guard Justin Jordan for a long time.

Jordan injured a knee in a pickup game on Sunday, and it is feared the injury is to his anterior cruciate ligament.

Jordan came eligible in late December last season and averaged seven points and 22 minutes a game in 20 games.

The former North Side star transferred in from St. Louis University.

Jordan is a former Indiana All Star and the second all time leading career scorer at North Side.

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