Milwaukee Bucks guard Grayson Allen underwent a procedure on his left ring finger to deal with an injury that was bothering the 26-year-old guard during the season, the Bucks’ GM revealed Friday.
Allen averaged 11.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 27.3 minutes his first season with Milwaukee to set career highs in all three categories. Allen averaged 11.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 27.3 minutes his first season with the Bucks to set career highs in all three categories.
He had a rough patch shooting the ball during the semifinal series loss to the Boston Celtics as he went 2 of 18 on 3-point attempts over the final six games of the Bucks’ seven-game battle vs the Cs.
“A lot of times, guys do maintenance-type stuff, routine stuff in the offseason to kind of get ready,” Horst said Friday during a pre-draft media availability. “It was good for him to kind of approach it in the offseason. It’ll be fine. There’s no kind of lasting effects.”
Horst also said forward Khris Middleton is feeling better after missing much of the Milwaukee’s playoff run with an injury in his left knee. The Bucks will hope to have him back in the training camp as they’ll try to return to title contention next season.