KCC Heo Woong diagnosed with ankle ligament rupture for 8 weeks… Difficulty returning to regular season

 Reporter Jang Bo-in = Heo Woong (30) of Jeonju KCC, a professional basketball player who collapsed while holding onto his ankle during the game, will be removed from the line for two months.

A KCC official said on the 10th, “As a result of the examination, Heo Woong was diagnosed with two torn ligaments in his right ankle. It will take about eight weeks to recover.”

He continued, “It’s difficult to accurately confirm the condition because the ankle area is still very swollen, but we decided to avoid surgery.” 카지노

Heo Woong left the court during the regular league home game against Ulsan Hyundai Mobis in the 2022-2023 SKT A-Dot professional basketball held at the Jeonju Gymnasium in Jeonbuk the previous day.

With the 7th minute before the end of the 2nd quarter, he grabbed the ball and broke through. After attempting a shot, he broke his right ankle in the process of landing and complained of pain.

Heo Woong, who injured his left ankle in 2020 while playing for Wonju DB and underwent surgery, once again encountered the bad news of an ankle injury.

As this season’s professional basketball regular league ends on March 29, it seems difficult for Heo Woong to return to the regular league.

With Lee Seung-hyun, the ‘pillar’ of the team, recently absent due to an elbow injury, and Heo Woong leaving, KCC was in an emergency.

KCC is currently in 6th place (17 wins, 21 losses), the last line to advance to the playoffs (PO).

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