Thabo Sefolosha To Miss Six To Eight Weeks

Thabo Sefolosha is expected to miss 6-8 weeks due to a calf strain, according to the Hawks’ twitter feed. The 30-year-old injured his calf in the win over the Blazers on Friday night.

Sefolosha is only averaging 19.0 minutes per game and while the team is also without the services of forward DeMarre Carroll due to an Achilles injury, the Hawks most likely won’t need to make a move in order to maintain their position in the Eastern Conference. Atlanta has a full 15-man roster, so an addition would have to come at the expense of someone on the roster.

The Hawks sit atop the conference with a record of 39-8, seven games ahead of the second place Raptors. With that kind of lead, the team can afford to see what it has on its roster before making any kind of move. I would speculate that Atlanta will give extended minutes to reserve Kent Bazemore and perhaps John Jenkins during Sefolosha’s absense.

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One thought on “Thabo Sefolosha To Miss Six To Eight Weeks

  1. Z....

    With both Sefolosha and Carroll out, thats a lot of perimeter defense that they lose. Luckily for them, they still have Bazemore, and Shelvin Mack can finally get some minutes, and he is a pretty good defender himself. Mike Scott has been good this year as well


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