David Singleton appeared to injure his ankle in UCLA’s win over Northwestern on Saturday.

The injury initially appeared to be severe, but it’s not expected to be an issue for Singleton moving forward. According to Bruin Report Online, Singleton was “fine” at the Bruins’ hotel on Saturday night and had no issue getting on the plane.

Singleton also downplayed the issue when speaking to reporters after the game. “I just rolled my ankle,” Singleton said. “I’m fine.”

Here’s video of Singleton being helped off the floor on Saturday:

UCLA is the only Pac-12 team that has advanced to the Sweet 16. USC, Arizona and Arizona State were all bounced in Round 1.

The Bruins will face either TCU or Gonzaga in the Sweet 16 on March 23.

What this means for UCLA moving forward

Singleton has become a key piece for UCLA all season, but that’s especially true since Jaylen Clark is now out for the year. The Bruins could not have afforded to lose Singleton given their injury issues at the guard position.

Singleton, who is in his 5th year at UCLA, has made 15 starts for the Bruins this season. Over his last 6 games, he’s averaging 8.5 points per contest while shooting 42.4% from 3-point range.

UCLA is looking to make the Sweet 16 for the 3rd consecutive season under Mick Cronin.