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Goran Dragic suffered a bruised right knee on Friday, causing him to miss both Saturday and Monday’s games. It’s not clear if he sustained contact during the game or if the bruising was a result of wear and tear. The Inside Injuries algorithm is calculating a one to two week Optimal Recovery Time for Dragic’s bruised knee. Dragic has a long injury history but this is the first injury to his knee in recent years.

Player Injury Hot Spots
Total Injuries
Last 12 Months
5
Total Injuries
Last 3 Years
10
Injury
Description
Date
KNEE
Soft tissue bruise, cut, laceration, no internal damage
01/20/2018
ELBOW
Soft tissue bruise, cut, laceration, no internal damage
12/18/2017
THIGH
Grade 1 strain, tweak
10/24/2017
HEAD
No loss of consciousness, but some type of post traumatic confusion or amnesia lasting less than 20 minutes
09/12/2017
EYE
Grade 1 non-displaced nasal bone fracture
03/08/2017
BACK
Grade 1 paraspinal muscle strain
12/27/2016
ELBOW
Soft tissue bruise, cut, laceration, no internal damage
11/25/2016
ANKLE
Grade 1 ligament sprain (low or high ankle sprain), Grade 1 tendonitis, tweak
11/11/2016
CALF
Grade 1 strain, tweak
01/13/2016
WRIST
Grade 1 ligament sprain (ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), radial collateral ligament (RCL)), Grade 1 tendonitis, tweak
12/22/2015
BACK
Grade 1 paraspinal muscle strain
12/14/2014
ANKLE
Soft tissue bruise, cut, laceration, no internal damage
02/26/2014

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