Kyrie Irving exited Sunday’s Game 4 vs. the Bucks with an apparent ankle injury, and he was eventually ruled out the remainder of Game 4.
Irving was hurt in the second quarter as he landed awkwardly and rolled his ankle on a layup attempt. He would stay on the floor for the ensuing possession.
Irving seemed to land on Giannis Antetokounmpo’s foot on the hoop attempt, but no foul was called for undercutting Irving.
The Nets, who were already without guard James Harden, would be without Irving for the remainder of the second quarter after that.
There’s no telling how severe the injury is, but Irving was able to walk off, albeit gingerly, under his own power.
Here’s the latest on the injury:
Kyrie Irving injury update
The Nets guard was ruled out of the rest of Game 4 with an ankle sprain, per the team.
Depending on how quickly the sprain heals, he may or may not be available for Game 5, which is scheduled for Tuesday, June 15.
Midway through the second, Irving walked back to the locker room under his own power but struggled to put weight on his right leg.
An update on Irving’s injury wasn’t immediately available.
This story will be updated.
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