Bucks will lose sleep over Bobby Portis and Khris Middleton injuries vs Chicago Bulls

WWithout taking anything away from DeMar DeRozan’s impressive 41-point performance with Chicago BullsThe Milwaukee Bucks He also suffered in other areas. Mainly losing key players such as Bobby Portes and Khris Middleton It is one of the main interests of the coach Mike Budenholzer. Before the first half, Portis sustained a blow to his right eye that knocked him out of the rest of the match.

This was indeed a major hindrance to dollars The team that couldn’t get it Giannis From a tight defensive team of Bulls. It was already complicated for Milwaukee, who at first seemed like he could sweep the bulls out in the series. But things changed for Chicago during this game and Derosan He took them to a very important victory on Wednesday.

Even if it’s hard to accept at times, health winning titles and missing players due to injuries in the same game can be a huge blow. apparently, Portes He had vision problems in his right eye that doctors simply couldn’t fix. However, they expect him to return to the next match without a problem since his injury was not serious.

but loser Bobby The whole second half wasn’t as painful as it happened khris middleton during clutch time. It was a bad sight but these injuries can happen, especially during play-offs when all the players are playing at full capacity.

Middleton suffers from an MCL torsion.

It happened with over 8 minutes left in the final quarter, so the Bucks had a chance to win if that didn’t happen. In turn while trying to score a basket, Middleton He slipped and twisted his knee painfully. after the game, Mike Budenholzer He confirmed that Middleton had suffered from an MCL sprain.

These can be very dangerous, even the least dangerous. Row 1 The player will be out of activity 1-2 weeks. The period of a second-degree sprain ranges from 3 to 6 weeks, and a third-degree graduating Middleton for the rest of the sprains playoffs And the season. The player will have an MRI tomorrow but the initial report is not hopeful.