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Posted on: February 1, 2008 09:12 MST
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Romeo Miller

*Master P's son Romeo Miller, a senior at Beverly Hills High School, suffered a serious knee injury during the opening game that has sidelined him for the entire season, reports Allhiphop.com.

       The injury occurred during a game last month against Valencia, Calif.'s West Ranch High School. The six-foot-tall point guard was advised by doctors not to engage in strenuous activity until he makes a full recovery, according to Master P.      

        “His doctor told him not to play on it for two weeks and give it a chance to heal,” Master P. told AllHipHop.com. “After two weeks, he got back in the game and his knee began to hurt again. He stayed out of the game another three weeks, but the knee still kept giving him trouble.”       

       As previously reported, Romeo has earned a full basketball scholarship to the University of Southern California, where he will enter as a freshman in the fall of 2008. Unable to play this year, Romeo will focus on getting his knee back to 100 percent.      

       “Now, he'll stay out [this season] and make sure it heals totally,” Master P. said. “Staying off it will keep him from having further problems, like tearing something which would cause him to need to be operated on. So, we want to make sure it heals.”       

       During his 2006 season at Beverly Hills High, Romeo averaged 13.9 and 5.6 assists per-game.      

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