De’Aaron Fox said that after participating in a melee game in Sacramento, his shooting percentage was 100%
Sacramento Kings point guard De’Aaron Fox revealed that he felt 100% after he sprained his ankle on July 16.
Fox returned to the game in a melee against the Bucks, and the Kings lost to Milwaukee (131-123).
The Kings’ starting point guard stayed on the court for 19 minutes, scoring 7 points and 6 assists.
In a media interview after the game, Fox said he felt good.
“I think I am 100% now,” Fox said. “I think I feel much better now than when I came back from the season. … The reason why I really want to participate in this game is to give myself time to analyze what needs to be done. There is a reason.”
“My body feels great. My ankle feels great. All I really want is to be able to get out of there and get these game representatives. I will be able to adjust to the Clippers and those exciting games on Monday. I know I Will bring it. Sacramento Bee.
After Orlando restarted the NBA season, the California team still lacks Harrison Barnes, Alex Len and Richen Holmes.
This post is written by Alexandros Tsakos