There’s been a lot of injuries in the NBA as of late, and we’re only 3 days into the post all-star break stretch. Some of the NBA’s players and top players at their position are dealing with injuries and different health conditions. Let’s get you updated on all them.
Yesterday, the Miami Heat announced that all-star forward Chris Bosh will miss the rest of the season due to blood clots in his lungs.
Anthony Davis re-injured his shoulder on Saturday night during the Pelicans-Heat game, and will miss 1-2 weeks as a result of the re-aggravation.
Ryan Anderson also suffered a knee injury in the Pelicans-Heat game. Anderson underwent a MRI and the MRI revealed that Anderson will be sidelined for 2-4 weeks with a MCL sprain.
Chandler Parsons suffered an ankle injury recently, and it will keep him sidelined for the next 2 Mavericks games after tonight. According to multiple sources, it is a bone bruise in his ankle.
Sullinger will miss the rest of the season rest of the season with a stress fracture in his foot. Sullinger was only expected to miss a few weeks but the injury was more severe.
Durant had a minor procedure on his foot that he broke in the NBA off-season. He is expected to miss one week, but could be out longer.
We hope all these players are able to comeback stronger, when they return.
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