Thanasis Antetokounmpo could suffer an injury

Thanasis Antetokounmpo could suffer an injury

Bad news for Greece in the 2023 World Cup. In addition to the obvious loss to the United States, the Greek national team is awaiting medical examinations on Thanasis Antetokounmpo, as the Milwaukee Bucks player ended up suffering from pain in the left adductor muscle and could suffer. infection; Harris Stavro reports from

To be precise, it will be the MRI that determines whether the 31-year-old has any muscle disease. If so, it would be a huge setback for the Greek, as he plays 20.3 minutes a night and averages 5.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals.

Although Greece lost to the USA team, they are still on their way to reaching the second stage of the World Cup competition. If they beat New Zealand on the final day, they will confirm their qualification to the next round. What Thanassis clearly demonstrates, beyond what is happening in this tournament, is that he will help his country whenever he can.

“It’s something sacred to me. When I get on the pitch, I play to win, I play my best, I give everything I have to give. I definitely enjoy it. I enjoy that feeling in my heart,” he explains.

After spending the last four seasons with the Bucks alongside his brother Giannis, Thanassis re-signed with the Wisconsin organization this summer on a one-year, veteran minimum deal. Although they trusted him again, the truth was that last season he didn’t have a lot of minutes, which led him to consider changing teams and going to the New York Knicks.

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