The 36-year-old player of the Denver Nuggets, Jeff Green, will be out of action for at least a month due to a hand and finger injury, according to the club.
Denver was without Green after the match against Memphis, when he suffered a fracture of his left hand and a sprained finger. The condition of the basketball player will be re-evaluated in four weeks.
This season, Jeff recorded an average of 7.5 points per game, and he shot slightly above 25 percent of the three-pointers. He is mostly in the rotation and also has many ups and downs in form.
This injury could open up minutes for Zeki Nanji, who normally gets more and more opportunities with Michael Malone.
Jokić and his teammates will be without Jeff’s help for a minimum of 18 games, which they will play in the next four weeks.