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GSW in danger of losing trade due to player injury

The trade conducted by the Golden State Warriors of the American Professional Basketball (NBA) is in danger of being cancelled.

‘The Athletic’ reported on the 11th (Korean time) that the square trade between Golden State, Detroit Pistons, Atlanta Hawks and Portland Trail Blazers was in danger of being canceled.

The reason the trade is on the verge of being canceled is because of problems with the physical process of guard Gary Payton II (31), whom Golden State acquired from Portland.

Peyton’s tests revealed that she had a problem with her core muscles. She is expected to be out of play for the next 2-3 months.

In order for the trade to be approved, all procedures, including the physical examination, must be completed by Saturday (local time on the 12th). If not, the trade is canceled.

Payton has played 15 games for Portland this season, averaging 17 minutes per game, averaging 4.1 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.1 steals.

He underwent surgery last summer and was expected to be ready for the regular season, but missed the first 35 games of the season due to delayed rehabilitation. 온라인카지노 After that, he was said to have played through the pain.

Golden State, who watched him record an average of 6.5 points and 3.2 rebounds in 81 games in the previous two seasons, recruited him again, but he is caught in an unexpected variable.

The bigger problem is that this trade involved three other teams. Golden State sent center James Wiseman to the Detroit Pistons as a condition of acquiring Peyton, and transferred Sadike Bay from Detroit to the Atlanta Hawks, receiving five second-round picks.

As Peyton’s physical problems arose, he was put in a situation where he had to reorganize all of this.

Golden State’s second half operating plan also suffered setbacks. The Athletic explained that they considered Peyton an instant power in the second half and promoted the recruitment.


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