Miami Tyler Hiro fractures his right hand… Season out concerns

The eighth-seeded Miami Heat got off to a good start by beating the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks 130-117 in Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs.

On the 17th (Korean time), Jimmy Butler led the team with 35 points (5 rebounds, 11 assists) in the PO opening game held at the FiServ Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, and Giannis Antetokounmpo was replaced in the 2nd quarter due to an injury. I subdued the Bucks who were out.

But the Heat lost one of their key players.바카라사이트

Guard Tyler Hiro suffered a broken right hand at the end of the second quarter. It’s a situation where you have to worry about the season out.

Hiro is believed to have injured his hand while diving to catch a loose ball. He played the remainder of the first half, but ran into the locker room as soon as the buzzer sounded. Before the start of the third quarter, the Heat announced that Hiro would not be playing that day due to a broken right hand.

Hiro made 5 of 9 field goals to the rim in 19 minutes in the first half to score 12 points and help the Heat take a 68-55 lead.

The exact status of Hiro’s injuries has not been confirmed. However, it seems difficult for him to come back quickly as his shooting right hand is broken. Local media reported that at least the entire series against the Bucks is expected to be missed.

He is the Heat’s main offensive resource, averaging 20.1 points per game this season.

Meanwhile, Bucks superstar Antetokounmpo was also injured in the game. He suffered a back bruise after falling to the floor in the first quarter while breaking through the bottom of the goal. He left the court with 8 minutes and 33 seconds left in the second quarter and never came back. Antetokounmpo recorded 6 points and 3 rebounds in 11 minutes against the Heat.

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