LA Clippers small forward, Paul George, has picked an injury to his right knee in Tuesday’s game against the Thunders. Clippers, at the end, loss the game to the Thunders in a 101-100 score. In this article, however, we’ll provide you with Paul George injury update. This will keep you informed about the injury status of the 32-year-old eight-time NBA All-Star.
George picked the injury while tackling Thunders’ Luguentz Dort for a defensive rebound with 4:38 remaining in the game. In the cause of the action, George’s right knee buckled inward as he landed and simultaneously clashed with Dort’s leg.
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In obvious pain and surrounded by his teammates, George stayed down for several minutes before being helped back to the trainer’s room.
At the time of injury, the scoreline was 91-91.
Paul George Injury update
As of the time of writing this article, no new information about Paul George’s injury is available. Asked about his player’s injury, Clippers coach, Tyronne Lue, said the player was yet to be fully evaluated. It is only after evaluation that the extent of injury suffered by George, will be known.
A check on Clippers social media handles and NBA’s injuries page yielded no result as there are new information.
So far this season, George averages 23.9 points, 6.1 rebounds, Field goal percentage of 45.6, and 5.1 assists.