Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antikonmo He has cleared the league’s health and safety protocols and is expected to play in the team’s Christmas Day match against Boston Celtics, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. This comes after he did a job in court on Friday.
Giannis entered the protocols on December 14 and has missed the Bucks’ past five matches. Although the team clearly want him back as soon as possible – and the league prefers to have one of their biggest stars available for their milestone day – the Bucks won’t rush him back if he’s not 100 percent ready. Fortunately, it looks like NBA fans will be seeing the MVP of the Finals this holiday season.
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Based on comments from khris middleton Earlier this week, Giannis appeared to have tested positive for COVID-19 and was symptomatic.
“I talked to him several times,” Middleton said. “I think he definitely feels that, from what I gathered, or heard when I spoke to him. But he lives and breathes basketball. I think we all know that. So I think it’s an exaggeration to say he misses being there, he misses being on the court and what wasn’t. Like I said , when he’s not playing, he’s been on the bench the whole time. I know he’s eager to come back so I hope we can see him here soon.”
If Giannis does indeed play, he will likely be limited to minutes as it will be his first game in nearly two weeks.
Also slated to debut this season on Christmas Day, Donte DiVincenzo, According to Shams Al Shaaraniya, the athlete. The goalkeeper was absent from action after surgery to repair an ankle injury he sustained in last year’s qualifiers.
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