Tyrese Halliburton, ‘the key to the IND blast’, missed at least two weeks due to elbow + knee injuries

Indiana Pacers Tyrese Halliburton will be out for at least two weeks with elbow and knee injuries, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported on the 13th (Korean time).

Halliburton felt pain in his left knee while landing after breaking through in an away game against New York on the 12th. He couldn’t get up easily, and Halle Burton, who went to the locker room with a limp, did not appear for the rest of the game. 카지노

As a result of a detailed examination, Halliburton was diagnosed with a bruise on his left knee bone and additionally a sprained left elbow was found.

Halliburton, who entered the NBA with the 12th overall pick in the 2020 rookie draft, left Sacramento through a trade during last season to make a new nest in Indiana.

Halliburton, who immediately took over as the starting point guard with his new team, is having a career-high season averaging 20.2 points, 4.0 rebounds and 10.2 assists this season. He emerged as Indiana’s ace by fully demonstrating his potential, from decent shooting efficiency to stable game management and interpersonal defense using long arms.

Indiana, which was predicted to be in the lower ranks even before the start of the season amidst Halliburton’s performance, is currently ranked 7th in the Eastern Conference with 23 wins and 19 losses and is aiming to advance to the playoffs.

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