MADRID, 4 Dic. (EUROPA PRESS) –
Spanish forward Juancho Hernangómez injured his right ankle during the game that his team, the Toronto Raptors, won at home against the Orlando Magic (121-108), on an NBA day in which power forward Serge Ibaka continued without reappearing with Milwaukee Bucks, who beat the Charlotte Hornets (96-105).
About minute 10 of the second quarter of the duel at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, the man from Madrid, who had entered the game at the end of the first quarter, went to the ground, putting his hand on his left ankle. He tried to continue, but finally went to the bench after scoring a point in just over four and a half minutes of participation.
The Canadian team, led by the British forward Ogugua Anunoby (32 points) and the Cameroonian Pascal Siakam (26), won a match that allows them to break a two-game losing streak and settle in eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
For his part, the Spanish-Congolese Serge Ibaka is still on sick leave and did not participate in the victory of the Bucks, second in the East (16-6), over the Hornets.
–STATS OF SPANISH PLAYERS.
JUANCHO HERNANGÓMEZ: 1 point.
SERGE IBAKA: He didn’t play.