TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Chris Singleton is tweeting that he wants to play in Florida State's first-round game against Texas A&M on Friday.
Whether or not the Seminoles leading scorer and rebounder will be able to play just five weeks after breaking his right foot remains a different issue.
Coach Leonard Hamilton said Tuesday that Singleton's status remains day-to-day and that it's not likely any decision would be made before Friday's tipoff.
Singleton tweeted Tuesday that he is working to get back on to the court as soon as possible but also wants to be sure he doesn't reinjure himself. The 6-9 junior is expected to give up his last year of eligibility at the end of the season to pursue a professional career. Senior guard Derwin Kitchen is the only other departing Seminole.