The basketball player suffered a severe knee injury while playing for Real Madrid in the Euroleague. In this way, he will miss the remainder of the season in his club and he would not get to play the Pre-Olympic with the Argentine team.
The Argentine forward Gabriel Deckwho works in the real Madridsuffered this Thursday in Serbian the rupture of the internal collateral ligament of the left knee, as reported by the Spanish club today.
“After the tests carried out today on our player Gabriel Deck by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with a rupture of the internal collateral ligament of the left knee. Evolution pending”pointed out the brief official communiqué of the real Madrid.
The injury from Santiago will keep him out for at least two months, due to the real Madrid will not be able to count on Deck in the remainder of the season, according to what was published by the Spanish sports newspaper Brand. In addition, it is also a hard blow for the Argentine national team since I could not count on him for the pre-olympic (prior instance to qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games) to be held in August.
Deck28 years old, 1.98 meters tall and one of the figures of the national team, was injured in the match that real Madrid he beat him by 85 to 78 partizan of Serbianin belgradeby euroleagueleaving the series 2-2, noted the Spanish sports newspaper ACE.
With three minutes to go in the fourth quarter, the American Zach LeDay he dived to the ground in an attempt to steal the ball and fell on the leg of Deckwho immediately grabbed his left knee with undoubted signs of pain.
After being treated, the Argentine was taken crying to the locker room and left the Stark Arena stadium on crutches.
Deck played during the 2021/2022 season in the nba in Oklahoma City Thunderin addition to having served in the National League defending the colors of Quimsa of Santiago del Estero and San Lorenzo.
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