“I’m used to playing through some stuff,” Albrecht said. “I felt like it was getting a little bit better, but then I didn’t feel like I was my normal self. webpageFinally I decided to go get it checked and that’s what it was.” It was a frustrating situation for Albrecht, who joined the Boilermakers as a graduate transfer from Michigan . He shut down last season with the Wolverines after nine games, having undergone surgery on both hips. Just as he was rounding back into form physically and continuing to get acclimated to Purdue’s system, Albrecht again was sidelined. He did what he could to stay in shape, including pool workouts, before returning to practice last week. With rest, Albrecht said he’s healed. Boilermakers coach Matt Painter didn’t believe he needed to monitor Albrecht’s minutes for health reasons nor did he want to put any limitations on what the guard potentially could contribute the rest of the season. After all, Albrecht’s integration into the team was ongoing when he got hurt. “His role’s going to evolve on its own,” Painter said. “It’s not something where we say, ‘Hey, this is what we’re going to do.’ He got out there and did some good things, he made a couple hustle plays.
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