Tomas Satoransky is dealing with an ankle injury and is questionable for the upcoming FIBA EuroBasket (September 1-18).
The star guard of the Czech Republic had X-rays on Saturday, which revealed no significant damage and, most importantly, no fracture. He is set to undergo additional medical tests and will have an MRI that will determine how much time he will miss.
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Tomas Satoransky got injured in the third quarter of the preparation game vs Germany on Friday as he twisted his ankle when driving to the basket. He then left the game and didn’t return.
Satoransky is expected to miss the upcoming Basketball World Cup Qualifiers, with the Czechs facing France (August 24) and Hungary (August 27), respectively.
The national team will host Group D of the EuroBasket in Prague (September 1-8) and will take on Serbia, Israel, Finland, Poland and the Netherlands.