Jaren Jackson Jr.
The Memphis Grizzlies’ playoff opportunities took a hit, and Jaren Jackson Jr. suffered a cripple meniscus.
The forward averaged 17.4 points per game this season, helping the Grizzlies get eighth.
Jackson (Jackson Jr.) was injured in his team’s 100-99 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Grizzlies, who won the eighth seed in the crowded Western Conference, have been struggling in the bubble.
In order to get the eighth seed, the eighth seed and the ninth seed will play two rounds, and the ninth seed must win two rounds.
The Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs won the game and there is no room for error.
The Grizzlies rely heavily on Jackson (Jackson) to take on Ja Morant’s scoring task.
In the absence of the Grizzlies, the Grizzlies need to make a collective effort.
The team also lost to young forward Justis Winslow in the bubble, so the team was weak in scoring.
Both Jackson and Winslow are expected to fully recover and are an important part of the Grizzlies’ future.
The Grizzlies are not expected to participate in the game this year, and entering the playoffs will be a huge victory for them.
If the team does not make the playoffs, they will get lottery picks to help them build a young core.
With the addition of Jackson and Winslow’s OnePlus, fans will see Morant take on a heavy responsibility.
The rookie guard will definitely provide highlights every night.
This post is written by Justin Hickey