The career of one of Vanderbilt’s biggest contributors has come to an end. Matthew Fisher-Davis has played his last game as a Commodore according to Adam Sparks of the Tennessean. Fisher-Davis, a senior guard, has missed the past two games after suffering a torn labrum and right shoulder subluxation in a 74-67 loss to Kentucky on Jan. 13. He underwent MRIs last week and an additional medical evaluation with his family present on Sunday, according to coach Bryce Drew. Fisher-Davis will undergo shoulder surgery Friday morning at Vanderbilt. He faces a six-month recovery, which will put any potential professional career on hold. He played in 116 ames in his career at Vanderbilt and averaged 10.5 points per game.
Vandy's Fisher-Davis for rest of season
SEC Country | Jan 23