Report: Hawks Fear Torn Pectoral Muscle For Al Horford
Al Horford left last night’s game against the Cleveland with a shoulder injury. The team now fears the worse case scenario and that he has torn his right pectoral muscle according to a league source. The team is currently waiting on MRI results but it doesn’t look good.
In 2012 Horford torn his left pectoral muscle so both he and the team have to be thinking here we go again. So far this season he has been averaging 18.6 points and 8.4 rebounds a game.
This NBA season has seen a lot of big time players go down with injuries. Tough break for the Hawks.Powered by Sidelines