NBA Daily Injury Report (May 13): Andrew Wiggins at the Top!

Can the Golden State Warriors lead the series to Game 7 on the 13th (Korean time)? Golden State lost the 3rd and 4th games in a row, and the defeat was dark, but soon succeeded in winning the 5th game at home and survived the cliff.

Golden State won Game 5, 121-106, by 15 points, but had to wipe out their hearts due to an injury to Andrew Wiggins (28, 201cm). Wiggins suffered pain in his ribs after colliding with LeBron James in the middle of the fourth quarter of Game 5. As a result of conducting an MRI scan immediately after the game, a fracture was found in the injured area. Coincidentally, Kevon Rooney (27, 206cm) suffered from the same injury in the NBA Finals four years ago.

Despite such a major injury, 카지노사이트 Wiggins wants to play. Wiggins is burning his will to play by participating in the shoot-around training ahead of Game 6. Wiggins was placed on the disabled list in a ‘questionable’ state ahead of Game 6, and Golden State, which said it would decide whether Wiggins would participate after training, eventually confirmed Wiggins’ participation right before Game 6.

The question is whether Wiggins can play in a normal physical condition. He is still in excruciating pain in his ribs. According to Rooney, who suffered the same injury four years ago, on a scale of 1 to 10, the pain was so severe that it reached 7 to 8, and it was difficult to walk. Even so, Wiggins smiled and said, “I feel better than yesterday.” Wiggins plays with a brace on his chest.

Meanwhile, Anthony Davis (30, 208cm), who put the Lakers team officials and fans in suspense due to suspected concussion in the 5th game, went through several tests after the 6th game and fortunately avoided serious injury. Davis has a concussion protocol. Davis plays normally in Game 6. This was also confirmed through director Davin Hamm. Hamm said of Davis’ condition, “From what I’ve been training, he looked fine. Davis plays normally.”

The Lakers will also be eager to confirm their advance to the Western Finals by winning this game at home. This is because if they lose the 6th game and go to the 7th game, not only the flow of the series but also the home advantage can be taken away. Whether the Lakers’ earnestness will lead to victory, the 6th game between the two teams will be held at the Lakers’ home stadium, the Arena, at 11:00 am on the 13th in Korea time. [Injury update as of 9:30 am, May 13, Korea time]

New York Knicks (2-3) vs Miami Heat (3-2) – 8:30 am, Kaseya Center

▶New York Knicks
Emmanuel Quikley – Left ankle sprain (out)
Jericho Sims – Right shoulder surgery (season out)

▶Miami Heat
Bam Adebayo – Right shoulder pain (available)
Jimmy Butler – Right ankle sprain (available)
Tyler Hiro – Right hand fracture (out indefinitely)
Heywood Highsmith – Left Knee Tendonitis (Available)
Caleb Martin – Back contusion (Available)
Victor Oladipo – Left knee patellar tendon surgery (out of season)
Cody Zeller – Nasal fracture (Available)

Golden State Warriors (2-3) vs LA Lakers (3-2) – 11 a.m. , Chase Center

▶Golden State Warriors
Patrick Baldwin Jr. – Left Toe Pain (Questionable)
Andre Iguodala – Left Wrist Surgery (Out indefinitely)
Ryan Rollins – Right Foot Surgery (Season Out)
Andrew Wiggins – Left Rib Cartilage Fracture (Probable)

▶LA Lakers
Mo Bamba – left ankle pain (Questionable)
Anthony Davis – right foot fatigue (Probable)
LeBron James – right foot pain

(Probable) ) is notified that the participation may change depending on the situation right before the start of the game.

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