With no update on Kevin Durant, the Warriors were dealt some more bad injury news before Wednesday’s Game 3. What does this mean for the 2019 NBA Finals? The injury news goes from bad to worse for the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals. While it’s true no team is 100 percent this time year, this, we must admit, is getting a tad ridiculous for the defending champs.
During their (unfortunate) Game 2 victory on Sunday night, Warriors centre Kevon Looney had to leave the game with what was called a “chest contusion” after taking a rough football-highlight hit from the Raptors’ Kawhi Leonard.
Kevon Looney gets injured on a Kawhi Leonard drive pic.twitter.com/t6fiQvdgNK— The Render (@TheRenderSports) June 3, 2019
It was a clean play — which more than anything points to how insanely strong Kawhi is while in motion — but now it’s being reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that this is no mere bone bruise:
Golden State Warriors forward Kevon Looney suffered a fracture in his collar bone and will be out indefinitely in the NBA Finals, league sources tell ESPN. Looney underwent an MRI on Monday.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 4, 2019
A literal tough break for the …
Author: Daniel Reynolds / Raptors HQ