Thunder Fear Chet Holmgren Has Suffered Major Injury
Chet Holmgren, the No. 2 pick in the 2022 NBA draft, is being audited further after possibly enduring tendon harm in his foot, per The Athletic's Shams Charania.
The Thunder tenderfoot went through tests on his foot, and a plan for additional consideration of his foot is as not entirely set in stone.
Be that as it may, per Charania, the underlying tests showed it is conceivable he has torn tendons in his foot.
It's likewise muddled what this injury would mean for Holmgren's tenderfoot season. NBA groups start answering to instructional course one month from now.
In light of Charania's report, however, it seems like Oklahoma City is stressed over what this injury could mean for its top draft pick pushing ahead.
Holmgren experienced the conceivable injury while taking part in The CrawsOver favorable to am occasion in Seattle on Saturday, which was featured by different NBA stars
The middle played one season at Gonzaga, getting done with midpoints of 14.1 places, 9.9 bounce back and 3.7 blocks per game.
His amazing school execution assisted him with becoming one of the top draft possibilities in 2022.
In his presentation summer association game, Holmgren staggered NBA fans without skipping a beat as he scored 13 focuses in the main quarter.
He wrapped up with 23 places, going 4-of-6 from three-point range and an ideal 5-of-5 from the free toss line.
He likewise procured one of his six obstructed shots — another mid year association record — against the 7'6" Jazz focus Tacko Fall as he went up for a layup in the primary quarter of the game.