On June 30, Beijing time, the Bucks lost to the Eagles 88-110 in an away game, and the series score was tied 2-2. To make matters worse, Antetokounmpo, the star of the Bucks, was suspected of spraining his knee when he landed in the third quarter of the game and then withdrew from the game.
When asked about Antetokounmpo’s injury, Bucks coach Budenholzer stated that he has no further news about Antetokounmpo, except for hyperextension of his left knee. “We’ll see how he is going tomorrow. He’s in Stay with teammates in the locker room and communicate with them.” Budenholzer said.
Antetokounmpo returned to the bench after retiring from injury. In this regard, Budenholzer said: “Based on past experience, I know that it is impossible to let him leave the court and leave his teammates. I guess he might want to try. He wants to continue playing, and if he can’t, he also wants his teammates to know that he is there to support them.”
According to reports, Antetokounmpo has not yet undergone MRI examinations and is expected to undergo further imaging examinations of his left knee tomorrow. According to a report by Clippers reporter Farbod Esnaashari, the source revealed that there are people inside the Bucks who are worried that Antetokounmpo has suffered severe anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Speaking of Antetokounmpo’s injury and retirement, PJ-Tucker said: “When you lose the best player on the team, it’s really bad, but there is no excuse. Our performance today is very loose. It’s a bad situation, but this It also gives other people a chance to come forward. Everyone must stand up and know that this is the Eastern Conference Finals.”
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