10 November 2023

NBA Daily Injury Report (Nov. 10): Lillard likely to miss time

By pestfood.com

There are only two games in the NBA on Tuesday, with the Milwaukee Bucks taking on the Indiana Pacers and the Atlanta Hawks hosting the Orlando Magic. Milwaukee and Indiana are playing a back-to-back, with Damian Lillard (33, 188 cm) potentially out. Lillard has been dealing with a nagging calf injury. Last season, he suffered several reoccurrences of the same injury and was frequently sidelined. It’s possible that Milwaukee could give Lillard one of the back-to-back games to rest his ailing calf. Lillard, who was traded to Milwaukee ahead of the season, 보스토토 is averaging 24.3 points (40% FG), 4.4 rebounds, and 4.7 assists in seven games. Against the Detroit Pistons on Nov. 9, he exploded for 34 points, including 18 in the fourth quarter, to lead the team to a come-from-behind win. [Injury update as of 6:30 a.m. Nov. 9]

Milwaukee Bucks (5-2) at Indiana Pacers (5-3) – 9 a.m., Gainbridge Fieldhouse

Milwaukee Bucks
Yannis Adetokunbo – left ankle soreness (Probable)
Damian Lillard – right calf soreness (Questionable)

▶Indiana Pacers
Injured players X

Atlanta Hawks (4-3) at Orlando Magic (4-3) – 11:30 a.m., Amway Center

▶Atlanta Hawks
Kobe Bryant – fractured left thumb (out indefinitely)
Muhammad Gaye – right lower back sprain (Out)
Wesley Matthews – right calf strain (Out)

▶Orlando Magic
Wendell Carter Jr. – fractured left third metacarpal (Out indefinitely)
Markelle Fultz – left patellar tendinitis (Questionable)
Gary Harris – right groin strain (Out)
Jonathan Isaac – left hamstring strain (Probable)

*Please note that players listed as Probable, Questionable, or Doubtful are subject to change depending on the situation up until kickoff.


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