Robin Hayward, wife of a basketball player “Charlotte Hornets” Gordon Hayward, said the NBA club allowed the player to participate in games with a broken shoulder blade.
Hayward on Friday was dropped from Charlotte’s bid for the regular season game with Minnesota Timberwolves due to a shoulder injury. Previously, the 32-year-old striker missed several November matches due to the injury, but in the last three the American has entered the pitch.
The basketball player’s wife posted on social media that Hayward actually had a fractured left shoulder blade and the Hornets forced him to play despite the injury.
– In fact, he has a broken shoulder blade, which he was forced to play with in the last game. That’s why he couldn’t raise his hand in the last game. Anyone who knows Gordon knows he has one goal: to win. If he doesn’t play it will only be because of something more than just a bruise,” Robin wrote. “Just to clarify, since the team isn’t talking. It’s a broken bone. I’m sick of them not protecting the players.
Later, it became known that the striker was out indefinitely due to a broken left shoulder.
Hayward has averaged 16.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game this season in the NBA.
Source : MatchTV
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