North Carolina star Armando Bacot rolled his right ankle in the final minute of UNC’s loss to Kansas in the national title game on Monday night.

The injury appeared to be caused by a floorboard flexing upward as Bacot drove to the basket. Bacot had previously injured his ankle against Duke in the Final Four on Saturday, but looked healthy for the majority of the game vs. Kansas.

A representative for Connor Sports — the Final Four’s  court manufacturer — told ESPN on Tuesday that the floor didn’t have any issues.

“The court’s absorption characteristics are by design, and there were no loose floorboards or panels within the court, as confirmed by an expert technician who was present at every game of the men’s Final Four to ensure the quality and safety of the floor,” vice president Jeff Krejsa said, via ESPN’s Pete Thamel.

“The Championship floor, as is all the floors, is a panel system engineered for athlete safety and comfort, achieved by its ability to absorb impact forces as an athlete jumps or pivots abruptly while also ensuring that other players nearby are not negatively affected.”

Regardless, Bacot was unable to re-enter the game after re-aggravating his ankle injury. With the Jayhawks up by 1 point in the final minute, KU center David McCormack scored in the paint over Brady Manek to put the Jayhawks up 3. The Tar Heels attempted several potential game-tying 3-pointers in the final moments of the game, but were unsuccessful.

Bacot finished with 15 points and 15 rebounds in 38 minutes.