2017 rookie of the year Malcolm Brogdon left Thursday's game against the Timberwolves after suffering a non contact injury and reportedly "hearing something pop."​ 


The pop has been diagnosed as a left quad strain, an injury that can take up to six weeks to fully heal.

​​Brogdon was obviously in pain after the play, needing teammate assistance to walk off of the court.


Seemingly every team is suffering through ​significant injuries at this point in the season despite the NBA's best efforts at injury prevention, and Brogdon joins a long list of players hurting this season.

Brogdon's injury is the latest shakeup for a Bucks team that has been busy recently, ​firing head coach Jason Kidd and getting Jabari Parker back later this week.


Hopefully Brogdon and other players get healthy soon and the season's injury plague is past its peak.