Brutal aggression in college basketball in the United States: He received an attachment and had to be hospitalized
For one of the matches of the quarter-finals of the tournament SEC From National Collegiate Athletic Association Men’s Basketball College in the United States, Group Tennessee overtook Florida 78-66 It advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament which is being held in Bridgestone Square, De Nashville.
But far from the final result, all eyes of the match paid attention to the brutal aggression suffered by one of the team’s players Volunteers. In motion during the second half of the game, John Fulkerson and Umar Payne struggled for a position under the ledge When the man is from Gators Try to keep his opponent off his shoulder.
Pine missed his first attempt with his left forearm, but after a few seconds, from his back and right elbow, he hit Falkerson’s right eye directly, which ended up lying on the ground.. Quickly, a portion of the Tennessee campus approached to see how their partner was while the others began scolding the aggressor.
After noticing the blow to the face, The match officials expelled the player from the University of Florida. What happened to the striker who wore the Tennessee shirt 10? According to local newspapers, he was taken to the hospital as a precaution, as the eye area became infected.
“I didn’t see that,” volunteer coach Rick Barnes said after the match. “I really looked the other way, I turned to the other side. I didn’t see it. I heard it’s not a good thing, obviously. They took him to the hospital just to be monitored. “I think it was more to his eyes than anything else,” added the 66-year-old coach, who in 2019 was awarded the Naismith Award for NBA Coach of the Year.
Fulkerson finished eight points in a 3/4 firing off the field in 19 minutes played before being attacked. After the treatment, the basketball player himself testified on the official team account: “First, I would like to congratulate my team-mates for the great work they did today. Secondly, too. Thank you for all the messages of support and affection that I have received in the past hours. I don’t know if I’ll be in the game tomorrow, but I repeat my thanksSaid the man, whose height is 2.06 meters.
This Saturday, Tennessee will face the highest-ranked team in the SEC Championship, the The University of Alabama, Which comes from comfortable swiping Mississippi State By 85-48. The winner of this cross will be found in the final to the winner in the duel between them Arkansas (2 and LSU (3).