Devon Hall to be re-evaluated in two weeks time with a sprained ankle

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Cesare Milanti

11/Apr/24 14:30

In the decisive EuroLeague Round 34 appointment against Maccabi Tel Aviv, Ettore Messina’s team won’t have Devon Hall on board

By Cesare Milanti /

Coming to the decisive days of an intense and roller-coasting EuroLeague Regular Season, Milan will need a miracle to extend its European participation in 2024, seeking a must-win victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv on the road and losses for both Anadolu Efes and Partizan Belgrade.

However, they won’t have everybody on board as they face the Israeli yellow-and-blue side in Belgrade’s Stark Arena without fans in the stands. As officially announced by the red-and-white Italian side, Devon Hall won’t be part of the game, missing two weeks of playing action.

“Devon Hall, who underwent some tests after the sprained injury to his left ankle sustained during practice, will have to respect a few days of rest and therapy and will be re-evaluated in two weeks”, Milano‘s statement announced.

In his second-ever EuroLeague season, where he started 13 games out of the 32 he played, the 28-year-old American guard has been averaging 8.2 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 1.9 assists per game.

PHOTO CREDIT: Turkish Airlines EuroLeague

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