Kyrie Irving came out of Game 4 on Sunday with an ankle injury against the Bucks, and was eventually ruled out for the rest of Game 4.
Irving was injured in the second quarter as he landed awkwardly and kicked his ankle in the attempt. It would remain on the land for subsequent ownership.
Irving Giannis Antetokounmpo looked like he knew exactly where he wanted to put the ball, but unfortunately his shot went wide of the left hand post.
The Nets, who were without James Harden on guard, would be without Irving at the end of the next second quarter.
It’s not known how serious the injury is, but Irving came out from under his power, even though he walked slowly.
Here is the most recent injury:
Kyrie Irving injury update
The rest of the Nets guard was ruled out for the rest of the 4th game with a sprained ankle, per team.
Kyrie Irving is out due to a crack in his right ankle at the end of the game.
– Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) June 13, 2021
Depending on how quickly the twist heals, he may or may not be in Game 5 scheduled for Tuesday, June 15th.
In the middle of the second, Irving returned to the locker room with his own strength but tried to put weight on his right leg.
No news of Irving’s injury was immediately available.
This story will be updated.