Markel Pulsz left knee injury season closed.
Orlando Magic lost its main point guard.
According to “The Attic” journalist Shams Karania, Orlando’s “Quick Walsh” Markel Pulsz (Gard, 191 cm, 95 kg) injured his left knee. He suffered a serious injury that ruptured his front cross ligament, which ended the season and injured him during the season, making it difficult to play in the upcoming 2021-2022 season 파워볼사이트
Pulsz has been playing fairly well this season. Although he had often been away from his post due to big and small injuries until the 2018-2019 season, he showed off his first-place nomination and was preparing to slowly improve his skills. However, he failed to avoid the misfortune of injury again this time again. As he suffered an injury that took at least a year to return, he is expected to return at the end of next season at the earliest.
This season, he played in eight games before his injury, playing 26.9 minutes per game, recording 12.9 points (394.250.895) 3.1 rebounds and 5.4 assists. After finishing his full-fledged warm-up after playing all 72 games last season, he had high expectations for this season. Although the shooting was not complete at the beginning of the season, the overall performance was more stable.
When he won four consecutive games since the opening, Puls ran an average of 30.2 minutes, posting 18.3 points, 3.8 rebounds, 5.8 assists, and more than 20 points in two consecutive games for the first time since entering the NBA. In the home game against the Washington Wizards held on the 28th (Korean time), he reported 26 points, the most in his life. It seemed that he was ready to stretch and stand up.
However, he was caught in the injury again. Before coming to Orlando, he had to spend a physically and mentally rough time in the aftermath of his shoulder injury. In his first two seasons, he played only 33 games, so he was not in good physical condition. However, he showed promise last season, and he was starting to turn from a promising star to a stronghold starting this season, but could not avoid injury.
Orlando gave the Pirates an extension last offseason. He has decided to hold onto a three-year, $50 million contract for his new contract, which expires after this season. As much as there was a possibility last season, it was natural to sit down. Orlando signed with him at a reasonable price and revealed its future prospects. Puls is still in his early 20s and still has a lot of potential.
But with the injury of Pulsz, Orlando turned on a red light on its power configuration. Orlando led the team well, focusing on Pulsz and Nikola Buchevich. Orlando, which has slowly strengthened its team since Steve Clifford took office, has been doing so well that it is ranked second in the Eastern Conference with six wins and two losses so far. On top of that, the existing electricity is also well melted, including Evan Ponyay, Terrence Ross, and Aaron Gordon.
The injury was a source of trouble. Orlando, who has already lost Isaac, is unable to play the pultz, making the prospects for the season quite dark. Considering that there is no right person to replace his position right now and that he has delayed his time to boost his skills by building his old power in the future, it is fatal to Orlando in many ways. It is also a concern that there are many people injured in addition to the pultz.
Orlando is expected to use backup point guard Cole Anthony as the main player as Pulsz has left the battlefield. Cole was a rookie and played an average of more than 20 minutes early in the season, playing well as a rookie. If Cole plays as a starting player, it is expected to call up Jordan Bourne or Karim Manay, who are tied up with two-way deals, as the formation of backcourt players becomes weak.