NBA Daily Injury Report (June 13): ‘Return after 58 days’ Hiro will play in Game 5 of the Finals

Hiro is back. It’s been 58 days.

American sports media ‘ESPN’ announced on the morning of the 13th (Korean time), “Tyler Hiro (23, 196cm) will return. He will play in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Denver Nuggets to be held on the 13th.”

Hiro, who was in charge of the team’s offensive second option in the regular league, suffered a fracture in his right hand during a loose ball fight in the first round of the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs against the Milwaukee Bucks in April and underwent surgery. He was expected to take 4 to 6 weeks to recover. Afterwards, Hiro started training and coordinated the return period, but the Miami club took a cautious stance and drew a line on Hiro’s return.

But Miami pulled his knife ahead of Game 5. This is because they are driven to Denver with 1 win and 3 losses, and the series will end if they lose one more time.

The problem is Hiro’s game sense. It’s because he’s been off for nearly two months. “It’s time to put everything into it,” Miami coach Eric Spoelstra said. “We’ll have a normal rotation and see how things play out.”안전놀이터

Game 5 of the finals between Denver and Miami will be held on the 13th at 9:30 am at Denver’s home, Ball Arena. As of now, Denver’s first final win is likely, but there is a variable called a return to Hiro. In the midst of this, the home team Denver has built a roster that leads to Jamal Murray, Kentavius ​​Caldwell-Pope, Michael Porter Jr., Aaron Gordon and Nikola Jokic without changing the starting lineup.

Miami, which faces this, also put Gabe Vincent, Max Strauss, Jimmy Butler, Kevin Love, and Bam Adebayo on the starting list without any major changes. [Injury update as of June 13, 9:00 AM Korea time]

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