Thursday, December 2 2021

Oklahoma City Thunder rookie guard Tre Mann exited the game against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday due to an ankle injury that appeared to be on a non-contact play. He was ruled out with a right ankle sprain shortly after.

Between receiving a pass in the backcourt off a defensive rebound and passing it upcourt to Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Mann appeared to roll his ankle upon landing. He went to the ground and grabbed around the area of his ankle. A timeout was called and he was helped off the court into the locker room.

He did not return. Mann finished the game with seven points in 11 minutes of play in the Thunder’s 101-89 win over the Rockets.

The former Florida guard, selected with the No. 18 pick in the 2021 NBA draft, is averaging 5.2 points in 10 appearances for the Thunder this season. After a slow start during preseason play, Mann is shooting 37.5% from behind the arc.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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