Reddish, Bogdanovic to get MRIs following injuries in Hawks-Knicks

The Hawks have lost two players to injury in the Hawks’ 99-90 loss to the Knicks Saturday at State Farm Arena, with both Cam Reddish and Bogdan Bogdanovic going down.

First, early in the second quarter, Reddish suffered a left wrist sprain and immediately walked back to the Hawks’ locker room during a timeout. He was listed with left wrist pain entering the game, but was available to play. Reddish will not return to the game, per the team.

Then, with 6:40 to play in the second, Bogdanovic seemed to come down wrong on his right leg, wincing in pain and staying down on the court before he could be helped back to the locker room, not putting any weight on the left leg. He is out with a right ankle sprain and will not return to the game either, according to the Hawks.

Both Reddish and Bogdanovic will get MRIs for their injuries, Hawks coach Nate McMillan said after the loss, who added that X-rays for both players were negative.

“You hate to see that,” McMillan said. “We’re hoping that MRIs come out negative and these guys can get back to the floor soon... They want to take a closer look with both injuries.”

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