Celtics’ Gallinari falls into FIBA ​​tilt with apparent knee injury

Veteran Boston Celtics forward Danilo Gallinari left a FIBA ​​World Cup qualifier with what appeared to be a serious knee injury, by Sporteando’s Emiliano Carchia. The game, pitting his Italian national team against the Georgian national team, may have seen Italy and the Celtics’ ambitions on the pitch take a serious hit if the injury was serious.

Gallinari went down injured late in the final frame of the contest, and at this time no details are available on the severity of the problem with Gallinari’s knee, but pictures captured from the room in question were not promising.

The Italian forward joined the Celtics as a free agent on a mini-mid level exception and hopes to play a significant role in their playoff effort to return to the 2023 NBA Finals.

While the team can endure his absence for an extended period without serious risks to his title hopes if he is able to play this season, the boost he would hope to add during the regular season would take a hit if he does. was missing a considerable amount of time.

Fingers crossed Gallinari dodges a bullet here in an offseason that has already seen a player lost for all of next season to play in non-NBA settings after Oklahoma City Thunder’s Chet Holmgren is set to miss 2022-23 with a ligament injury in the CrawsOver Pro -A m.

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