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Jeremiah Robinson-Earl out for at least a month and a half

Oklahoma City Thunder player Jeremiah Robinson-Earl will miss at least six weeks due to a fractured third metatarsal in his right foot, the franchise has announced.

Robinson-Earl, selected 32nd in the 2021 draft, has missed his team’s last two games due to the injury, the origin of which has not been shared.

If these initial forecasts are confirmed, the rookie will not return to the NBA courts, at the earliest, until the middle of next March. That is, an approximate amount of 18 games.

Robinson-Earl has become one of the rookies more productive throughout the course, although their performance has not transpired in the same way as that of other littermates due to the position that the Thunder occupy in the Western Conference.

The interior has started in 36 of the 44 games he has played, averaging 7.1 points and 5.8 rebounds in 23.0 minutes per game.

(Cover photo by Harrison Barden/Getty Images)

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