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.
The day before Jabari Parker is due to come back, too https://t.co/GACuKe9I3k— SB Nation NBA (@SBNationNBA) February 2, 2018
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.
This year's NBA injuries are devastating. I just want to see the best players compete at all times.— Joshua Wittenkeller (@TheJWittz) January 30, 2018
It turns out the human body wasn't built for short distance sprinting, quick change of direction, and resisting the shock of a massive vertical
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.