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Still Groaning In Pain, Josh Hart Burdened With Jalen Brunson’s Expectation For Game 7 vs Pacers

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Amid agonizing pain, Jalen Brunson laid a harsh expectation on Josh Hart. The NY Knicks star sustained a grave abdominal injury tonight and struggled throughout and eventually clocked out early in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, the Big Apple side couldn’t cross the line in Game 6 against the Indiana Pacers. Now, both sides have a do-or-die Game 7 to decide their fate in the postseason. While the Knicks have home-court advantage, the uncertainty of Hart’s availability could be a major blow.

Speaking of the uncertainty, Brunson said“I assume he’s going to play. It’s Game 7,” despite another update that Hart was in pain outside the locker room. Moreover, speaking at the post-game press conference, he said, “That’s why we have each other for… Lot of things physically don’t go our way this year but I think our main focus is that… If you’re out there, you’re ready to go. That’s been out mindset… No matter what the situation is, we’re gonna have each other’s backs.” 

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Following Brunson, another Villanova teammate Donte DiVincenzo shared a positive update. He added, “Obviously, you never wanna see anyone get hurt, but it’s been our season. We have more than enough, whoever’s on the court…. Whatever fires on the court, we’ve a blueprint here… You go out there and compete your tails off, you give yourself a chance to win.”

This is a developing story!

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