Dante Exum’s nasty injury history in the NBA continued, and the Cleveland Guard walked out of court with a reported calf strain.
The Boomers Guard suffered a touchless leg injury in the first minute against Orlando on Tuesday (AEST). .
He hobbled away as fear of an Achilles’ tear increased, despite the club saying the initial diagnosis was right calf strain.
The 25-year-old had found his feet with the Cavaliers after a deal late last season with the Utah Jazz, which had been performing due to frustrating knee, ankle and shoulder injuries since making its NBA debut in 2014.
The former No.. 5 Draft Pick suspended All-Star Trae Young in the last Cavaliers defeat against Atlanta to 4-2 and made another start as a small striker on Tuesday.
He missed last year’s World Cup in China with an injury, but later that year he became a key member of the Boomers roster for the Olympics under new coach Brian Goorjian.
Dante Exum, Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA, J. . B.. . Bickerstaff, Injury
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