The Hawks player DeAndre’ Bembry will not play a part at the beginning of the season as he is currently down with a strained triceps which could keep him out for two months.
The state of his injury was announced by The Hawks on Wednesday where they revealed that he had undergone an MRI scan the week before. There is no indication of how the injury occurred even though he has been working out at the team facilities during the offseason.
DeAndre Bembry will also miss out on the team’s training camp which is set to kick off this month alongside 5 preseason games that have been lined up this month.
This also means he will miss out on the team’s opener against Dallas Mavericks on the 18th of October if he does not recover in time when the season kicks off.
Done With Rookie Season
DeAndre was a first draft pick in 2016 and only played a few Danes during his first rookie season. Averaging 9.8 minutes and 2.7 points per game. But he is highly rated at the club so his injury is indeed a big blow to the team as a whole.
It is expected that his playing time would increase by this season as the Hawks are set to begin a long term rebuilding plan.