Tyrese Haliburton of the Indiana Pacers left knee injury forced him to leave Wednesday’s game against the New York Knicks.
Haliburton came up hobbling with less than three minutes remaining in the third quarter. After Isaiah Hartenstein and Isaiah Jackson pounced on him after his layup attempt was blocked. He cautiously returned to defence before abandoning the game a few seconds later. Tyrese Haliburton would proceed to the locker room and move without assistance, albeit limping. When Haliburton left the game, he had 15 points and seven assists. The Knicks eventually won 119-113. Also Read:Jaylen Brown scores season-high 41 points, Celtics beat Pelicans
Carlisle, on Tyrese Haliburton, returns
Tyrese Haliburton participation in Friday’s game against the Atlanta Hawks and Saturday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies is uncertain, according to Carlisle.
Tyrese has been injured the last year. And a half that he has been with us, but he still wants to play, according to Carlisle. “He constantly wants to play, and it has done a lot to improve our team’s culture. We will thus wish for the best. Without a doubt, we won’t put him in danger.”
Carlisle also mentioned that play caused Tyrese Haliburton left elbow and knee injuries. Haliburton was first listed by the Pacers as questionable to return to the game. But five minutes after they made that announcement, they declared him out for the rest of the game. Also Read: Golden State Warriors lost against Suns at home as Stephen Curry makes the return after missing 11 matchmatch.
Haliburton Importance for Pacers is Serious
Tyrese Haliburton departure would be a serious setback for the Pacers, who have been among the season’s biggest surprises thus far. With a 23-19 record, they rank Indiana seventh in the East. And Haliburton has had a season that would make an All-Star team. Haliburton has been posting career highs in every category. Since being traded to the Pacers at the trade deadline last year. He also currently leads the league in assists per game with 10.3. He is also Indiana’s top scorer, averaging 20.3 points per game.
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