Five Adjustments Purdue Basketball Must Make After Robbie Hummel's Injury

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Five Adjustments Purdue Basketball Must Make After Robbie Hummel's Injury

With the news today that Purdue forward Robbie Hummel is most likely lost for the year with a knee injury (Jeff Goodman of FoxSports.com, among others, is reporting that doctors believe Hummel tore his ACL in last night's 59-58 win over Minnesota), the Boilermakers are left to pick up the pieces of a once-promising season.

Purdue enters the home stretch of the regular season sitting atop the Big Ten standings at 12-3, looking forward to a showdown with second-place Michigan State, and reeling from the loss of their superstar.

If the Boilers are going to rebound and enjoy the postseason success they were hoping for, here are the five most important adjustments Matt Painter's coaching staff should make for life post-Hummel.

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