Bucks swingman Torrey Craig suffered a nasal fracture on Sunday against the Knicks and won’t play against the Heat on Tuesday, the team’s PR department tweets. Craig signed with Milwaukee last month after the Nuggets failed to extend a qualifying offer.
We have more injury and COVID-19 news:
- Heat star Jimmy Butler is doubtful to play against the Bucks on Tuesday, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel tweets. Butler sprained an ankle during the team’s game on Friday.
- Hawks rookie big man Onyeka Okongwu (left foot inflammation) and guard Tony Snell (right foot inflammation) have been cleared to progress to live contact workouts, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic tweets.
- Alex Caruso became the first Lakers player to miss a game due to COVID-19 protocols. Caruso sat out against Portland on Monday. Coach Frank Vogel said no other players or staff members were held out due to contact tracing, according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin. Trail Blazers forward Carmelo Anthony wasn’t with his team due to the same reason, as Casey Holdahl tweets.
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7 thoughts on “Injury/Coronavirus Updates: Craig, Butler, Okongwu, Snell, Caruso, Anthony”
Blake Griffin did not play tonight due to injury management
Not load management
Completely difference with above
Perhaps Pistons will market Griffin to owners rather than GMs. His knees failed last year, how many more miles can he have?
Not really. Resting so he does not give more wear and tear and body is same as load management.
There will be no assistance in choosing uniforms or in dressing for the Miami Heat players as the team BUTLER is unable to perform !!
You need to work on your comedic career. Bam, I got ya! You now need a Herro to recover from me Duncan on you like that!
Seriously though, at least Butler can recover now since we’re looking at the big picture.
I think they still have arena personnel around with covid. What’s your point?
He was trying a very bad attempt at comedy. It didn’t work very well other than us laughing at his failed effort.