Gonzaga coach Mark Few told ESPN that Perkins will have his jaw wired and will be out indefinitely. Perkins said he thinks he'll be out somewhere from four to eight weeks.
Perkins drove the baseline after faking a 3-pointer and Gaines caught Perkins with his shin flush in the jaw. Perkins fell to the floor, and was tended to by the trainer before walking on his own to the locker room. He did not think it was an intentional move by Gaines.
Perkins went to receive medical tests after the game, where it was revealed that he suffered the broken jaw. He will be re-evaluated by a jaw specialist when he gets back to Spokane.
Perkins is a highly touted freshman who was averaging 6.3 points and 4.3 assists in 22.8 minutes while backing up potential All-American Kevin Pangos.