On November 27th, Beijing time, according to NBA reporter Tim McMahon, Houston Rockets head coach Stephen Silas revealed in an interview today that the team’s No. 2 Jaylen Green suffered a strained left leg tendon. , He will reassess the injury in a week.
Jaylen Green was injured in a game against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday local time. The 6-foot-4 guard was injured accidentally when he rushed to the rim and landed on the ground. Green, who was lying on the ground, was lifted up by his teammates, and he withdrew from the game shortly afterwards. Before leaving the field, Green made 4 of 5 shots and scored 11 points. It is worth mentioning that after Green retired from injury, the Rockets finally defeated the Bulls with an upset 118-113, ending the previous 15-game losing streak.
In this year’s NBA Draft, Green was selected by the Rockets with the second pick in the first round. So far this season, Green’s performance has been fluctuating. He averaged 30.8 minutes per game in 18 games for the Rockets, scoring 14 points (ranked 5th among rookies this year), 3.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists (ranked 8th). Position), shooting 38.2% from the field and 27.8% from the three-point range.Return to Sohu to see more
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