PBA: Jeremiah Gray suffers dislocated knee, to undergo further evaluation
MANILA, Philippines—Barangay Ginebra guard Jeremiah Gray suffered a dislocated knee after his mishap in the Gin Kings’ last PBA on Tour game last Sunday.
According to numerous reports, Gray will need more evaluation to further identify the extent of his injury. His right knee, however, was successfully put back into place but more tests will be run for the shifty playmaker.
Gray absorbed the injury in the Gin Kings’ 91-85 win over NLEX at Ynares Sports Center, Pasig, on Sunday.
At the 22-second mark of the third quarter, the guard went on a fastbreak layup when he dislocated his knee during liftoff.
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He had to be stretchered out of the playing court.
Prior to his premature exit, Gray finished with eight points, seven rebounds and five assists.
Just last year, Gray suffered a torn ACL before his resurgence with the Gin Kings in the PBA Commissioners’ and Governors’ Cup tournaments.
Gray finished the preseason with averages of 15.3 markers, 8.5 boards and 4.8 dimes per game.