Center Isaac Haas won't be available for Purdue's Sweet 16 game against Texas Tech on Friday night.
Per CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein, Purdue head coach Matt Painter announced Haas wouldn't play due to a fractured right elbow.
Haas was injured in the second half of Purdue's 74-48 win over Cal State Fullerton in the round of 64 on March 16. The senior hurt his arm after he got tangled up with Cal State's Dominik Heinzl, leading to him falling on his elbow.
Per ESPN's Myron Medcalf, the NCAA approved Haas' brace that he is using to stabilize his elbow, making him eligible to play.
However, Painter told NCAA.com's Andy Katz in a text that Haas wouldn't play against Texas Tech "unless he shows me something different at shoot around (Friday).’’
Haas is tied for second on the Boilermakers with 14.7 points per game this season.