It looks like Milwaukee Bucks forward/center Larry Sanders has sprained his left ankle during Tuesday’s Team USA Basketball camp in Vegas.
The Journal Sentinel recanted the events that led up to Sanders injury during Tuesday’s practice
Bucks center Larry Sanders was getting into the swing of things on his second day at the USA Basketball national team minicamp.
Then he went up to block a shot by Chandler Parsons and came down on Parsons’ foot, suffering a sprained left ankle in the process.
Sanders went to the trainer’s table and had his ankle wrapped tightly and he said he would have further tests later. Bucks general manager John Hammond, who had returned to Las Vegas on a Tuesday morning flight, watched with concern as U.S. team trainers worked on Sanders.
His current status is up in the air, but it’s expected that he will miss the remainder of this week at the very least.
Sanders who started 55 of the 71 games he played last year averaged 9.8 points, 9.5 rebound, and 2.8 blocks ...