UConn\u2019s loss to South Carolina in the Bahamas may be the last time Huskies fans see freshman standout Azzi Fudd on the court for at least a few weeks. Fudd will not be playing \u201cfor a while,\u201d UConn women\u2019s basketball coach Geno Auriemma told reporters Wednesday afternoon. Fudd is dealing with a foot injury that has been bothering her since the summer. The UConn staff plans to reevaluate her injury in two weeks, Auriemma said. Fudd has played in all four games this season for the No. 2 ranked Huskies (3-1). While she stood out against South Florida with 18 points, sinking six of nine 3-pointers, she struggled the following day against No. 1 South Carolina. Fudd played only 10 minutes, missing the one shot she took. Auriemma told a Hearst Connecticut reporter after the loss to South Carolina that \u201cAzzi is not 100 percent healthy.\u201d \u201cShe\u2019s playing on a bad foot so we\u2019ve got to address that. If she\u2019s healthy, that changes a lot about our offense. She can\u2019t move as well as she needs to move. That\u2019s an issue we\u2019re going to be addressing this week.\u201d Because of the foot injury, Auriemma said she struggled and became a defensive liability. It also made it difficult for her get separation to take shots. Being off two weeks would mean missing UConn\u2019s game against Seton Hall Friday, along with their game Sunday against Notre Dame. The Huskies play Georgia Tech Dec. 9 and UCLA Dec. 11, before taking a week off against Louisville on Dec. 19. The news of her injury comes the same day it was announced the guard signed a deal to partner with NBA star Steph Curry. Similar to sophomore Paige Bueckers\u2019 deal with Gatorade announced earlier this week, the sponsorship will allow Fudd to profit off of her name, image and likeness while being part of Curry\u2019s brand. The deal calls for Fudd to be part of his SC30 Inc. brand. It will also mean the three-time NBA champ will be mentoring her personally.