The Atlanta Hawks have made a resounding comeback in Game 4 vs the Milwaukee Bucks at the State Farm Arena and impressively tied the Eastern Conference series level. However, the worst is not that for the away fans, Giannis Antetokounmpo might have suffered a potential knee injury which could rule him out of the next game after this devastating loss in Game 4.
The former MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo went up to block a Clint Capela alley-oop dunk, but appeared to be kicked in the left knee as he was landing. His knee buckled backwards in a very scary, ugly fashion. After this the Milwaukee Bucks were significantly short-handed and have suffered a thunderous loss even when Trae Young was absent from Game 4 for the Hawks.
Giannis Antetokounmpo Knee Injury: Is the Milwaukee Bucks Star Out of Game 5
Giannis was helped to the locker room after this fall by his brother Thanasis Antetokounmpo and was eventually ruled out for the remainder of the game. Prior to the start of the fourth quarter, Antetokounmpo was ruled out for the remainder of Game 4. He finished with 14 points, eight rebounds, three assists, and one blocked shot on 7-of-10 shooting in 24 minutes of play.
Hopefully, Giannis avoided any serious injury, and his walking without much assistance is a good sign. Still, it’ll be interesting to see how his body reacts once the adrenaline leaves the body and the knee begins to swell. Now with things looking bad for the Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s knee injury could lead to Milwaukee Bucks from making their ultimate triumph after years of desperation.
As things stand after Game 4 at the State Farm Arena, the Eastern Conference final series in tied at 2-2. Lou Williams and Bogdan Bogdanovic led the home team with 21 and 20 points. While everyone for the Bucks struggled, making Jrue Holiday score the maximum points 19.