Bagley To Have Broken Hand Re-Evaluated In Four Weeks

After fracturing the fourth metacarpal in his left hand on Monday against the Hornets, Kings big man Marvin Bagley III will not require surgery, per Jason Jones of The Athletic (via Twitter). Jones adds that Sacramento will reassess the malady and update Bagley’s recovery timeline in four weeks.

The No. 2 overall selection in the 2018 draft out of Duke, Bagley is averaging 13.9 PPG and 7.4 RPG this season across 25.7 MPG for the 16-24 Kings in a starting role, very much in line with his career stats of 14.5 PPG and 7.5 RPG in 25.5 MPG.

Various injuries have impeded the 22-year-old Bagley’s development for much of his NBA career thus far. He has appeared in just 112 of a possible 194 games over the course of his tenure in Sacramento. Bagley looked like a possible trade candidate this season, but his latest injury – combined with his overall lack of availability – will limit his value, and the Kings likely won’t be eager to sell low.

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6 thoughts on “Bagley To Have Broken Hand Re-Evaluated In Four Weeks

  1. KnickerbockerAl

    Rockets should take chance with Bagley. Trust me this guy is a talent. He and Wood would make an interesting pair.

    • sportznut1000

      There isnt really an in between for rockets to offer. Besides swapping first round picks for bagley, what would be the next best offer?

  2. Lionel Muggeridge

    Bagley was just starting to get it together before this injury. Shorting 50 percent from the field and nearly 40 from 3 now.

  3. Corporal Foxtrot

    Raptors should trade for Bagley, the kings do not have a plan!

    • KnickerbockerAl

      Toronto is also a good place for him. They build their young guys up.

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