Injuries are endless! The young basketball player had four stitches in his left eye to avoid concussion.

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 Injuries are endless! The young basketball player had four stitches in his left eye to avoid concussion.


According to yesterday evenings news, Kuzma also withdrew from the U.S. Mens Basketball Team due to injury, so the final list of 12 mens basketball players in the U.S. is so determined that it is easy to make up a healthy 12 people, and a reporter revealed that another player in the U.S. Mens Basketball Team also had injuries.

The injured player was Derek White, the point guard who was injured in a recent warm-up game in which the American mens basketball team lost to the Australian mens basketball team, when he tripped and fell face down.

Tom Osborne, a local media reporter for the Spurs, was the reporter who reported the incident, and White was also a Spurs player.

A source close to Derek White revealed that he fell very hard in last nights US mens basketball defeat to the Australian mens basketball team and nearly suffered concussion. Fortunately, he passed the first concussion test and had no dental problems. The source also confirmed that White had an opening in the upper left eye and needed to be sewn. It takes four stitches to fix it, Osborne said. White was originally only a member of the American mens basketball team, but later he joined the official team on the basis of personal performance and other objective reasons. However, many people doubted whether he could eventually join the 12-man squad. However, in the case of so many injuries, White eventually stayed in the team. White averaged 9.9 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.9 assists in the Spurs last season, with 47.9% shooting, 33.8% three-point shooting and 77.2% free throw shooting. Source: Netease Sports Author: Jottettes Responsible Editor: Allen Song NBJS9012

A source close to Derek White revealed that he fell very hard in last nights US mens basketball defeat to the Australian mens basketball team and nearly suffered concussion. Fortunately, he passed the first concussion test and had no dental problems. The source also confirmed that White had an opening in the upper left eye and needed to be sewn. It takes four stitches to fix it, Osborne said.

White was originally only a member of the American mens basketball team, but later he joined the official team on the basis of personal performance and other objective reasons. However, many people doubted whether he could eventually join the 12-man squad. However, in the case of so many injuries, White eventually stayed in the team.

White averaged 9.9 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.9 assists in the Spurs last season, with 47.9% shooting, 33.8% three-point shooting and 77.2% free throw shooting.