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Atlanta Hawks guard/forward Allen Crabbe underwent a non-surgical right knee procedure today.
He won’t play in tomorrow’s game against the Nets. But could return fairly soon, since the procedure didn’t involve surgery.
But Crabbe hasn’t played much this season: ten games, one start, averaging a modest 5.3 points in 18.9 minutes per outing.
A second round pick in 2013, Crabbe began his NBA career with the Trail Blazers, and in his third season started averaging double-digit points. He did that in his 4th season as well, then put up 13.2 points per game for the Nets in 2017-18, but injuries took their tole and it’s unclear if he ever fully recovered.
The wait continues.
The Hawks, enjoying a fine season from second-year star guard Trae Young but they’ve been playing without talented big-man John Collins (25-game suspension) and are just 5-16 this season.