Pistons rookie Killian Hayes will miss extended time with hip injury

Evaluation on Detroit Pistons rookie guard Killian Hayes’ right hip injury led by Head Team Physician Dr. Bill Motzouros in consultation with Dr. Bryan Kelly in New York and Dr. James Roseneck in Cleveland indicates the origin as a subluxation that will be treated with rest and rehabilitation.

Hayes will be re-evaluated in eight weeks and further updates will be provided as appropriate.

According to the Detroit Free Press, “Hayes, the Pistons’ seventh overall draft pick last fall, suffered the injury Jan. 4, during a road game against the Milwaukee Bucks. He fell to the ground while trying to make a defensive play in transition and immediately was in pain, grabbing at his hip.”

Author: Inside Hoops

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