The Charlotte Hornets will miss out on forward Gordon Hayward due to a broken shoulder. his agent told ESPN on Friday. Hayward is out indefinitely and will be assessed each week for a return to action.
Hayward’s shoulder problem dates back to November 2, when he didn’t return due to the team’s second-half loss to the Chicago Bulls. He then missed the next eight games with a shoulder injury before returning on November 18 against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
He played in three games, but he didn’t look like himself either. looks like he hurt his shoulder again against the Washington Wizards on November 20. Finally, after a poor game against the Philadelphia 76ers on November 23, in which Hayward finished with seven points and four losses on 3-of-10 shooting, the team shut him out again. He didn’t play in their win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday, and it’s unclear when he’ll be back on the court after finding the fracture.
After this latest news, Hayward’s wife went on Instagram inform the team about how the injury was treated.
In fact, he has a broken shoulder blade… which they made him play with in the last game… that’s why he couldn’t raise his hand in the last game… everyone who knows Gordon knows that he has one goal. and that’s for winning and playing right, he’s the most truthful player/person you’ll find. If he’s not going to play, it’s not because of the bruise…
I will stop here and not go into the previous questions.
Just to clarify – as the team doesn’t say. This is a broken shoulder. What is a broken bone. I don’t defend players over them. Just spoke to a young player’s mom and she said the same thing….
Injuries have been a regular topic for Hayward ever since he suffered a devastating ankle injury in his first game with the Boston Celtics in 2017. diseases. While he has always been a reliable all-around player, when he was healthy, he just couldn’t stay on the court.
Hayward’s failure was the final injury blow for the Hornets, who were also without star guard LaMelo Ball for most of the season due to ankle injuries. Without Miles Bridges and his domestic abuse case, the Hornets are fifth in the league, 6-14.