Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo (28, Greece) and Miami Heat prospect Tyler Hiro (23) can no longer play in today’s game.
Antetokounmpo suffered a back bruise during a game against the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs held at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the morning of the 17th (Korean time). Hiro slipped while attempting a steal and fractured his wrist.
Antetokounmpo attempted a layup after breaking through to change the atmosphere of the team that was being dragged in the second half of the first quarter. However, after bumping into a defense trying to block him, he complained of pain as he landed on his back. Immediately after being replaced by Jay Crowder, Antetokounmpo also played in the second quarter, but ran off the court after playing for about a minute. And in the hall, the news of his absence from today’s game was delivered.
Hiro also threw himself to steal Grace Allen’s ball in the second quarter, but slipped and felt pain as he landed on his hands. Afterwards, Hiro showed his fighting spirit with injuries, such as shooting a 3-pointer even while sick. However, in the third quarter, Miami announced that Hiro could not return.
Meanwhile,토토사이트 Ja Morant injured his wrist during the fourth quarter of a game between the LA Lakers and the Memphis Grizzlies. His appearance in the second leg is uncertain.