Tennessee signee Tobias Harris re-aggravated a small break in his toe and didn't play in the second half of the McDonald's High School All-American game Wednesday night in Columbus, Ohio.
Harris scored 13 points, all in the first half, for the East team. The West won the game, 107-104.
UT associate head coach Tony Jones, who recruited Harris, said the injury occurred in a high school game earlier this season.
Jones said he expects Harris will merely need to rest the foot for "a week-to-10 days" and still be able to play in the Jordan Brand All-Star Classic in Madison Square Garden on April 17.
Harris will enroll at UT in June and will play in the Pilot Rocky Top League at Bearden High School this summer.
Brandon Knight's 3-pointer from the right wing with 3 seconds left gave the West the victory.
Knight drove the right wing and stopped short as a defender fell down, taking his time to set up for the winning 3. It appeared he may have pushed off to get open.
"No, he just fell down," Knight said of the defender. "I didn't even know. I just tried to get it off."
But East MVP Jared Sullinger, a Columbus native and crowd favorite who has signed with Ohio State, quickly kidded him.
"Nah, he pushed off," he said with a laugh.
Sullinger missed a long heave at the buzzer.
Knight, out of Pine Crest School in Coral Springs, Fla., is undecided about his college.
Josh Selby of Baltimore, who is being recruited heavily by Tennessee, also had 13 points.
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The Tennessee signee scored 21 points in 14 minutes and Texas A&M-bound Karla Gilbert added 15 points to lead the West past the East, 84-75.
"To be honest with you, I wanted to come here and have fun," said Simmons, from Steele High School in Cibolo, Texas. "I wasn't expecting anything at all. It's just a blessing to be in a game like this."
Chiney Ogwumike, headed for Stanford, had 14 points and Duke's Richa Jackson added 12 points for the West, which built a big early lead and then hung on as the East mounted a furious comeback.