MILWAUKEEgeneral manager Jon Horst says A “little procedure” was performed on his left ring finger in order to treat an injury that had been bothering him during the season.
Horst spoke Friday at a pre-draft media conference. “Many times, guys do maintenance-type thing, routine stuff in offseason to kinda get ready,” Horst said. “It was good that he kind of approached it in offseason. It will be fine. There are no lasting effects.
Allen's first season with the Bucks saw him average 11.1 points, 3.4 rebounding and 27.3 minutes. This was a career-high in all three categories.
He shot a career high 40.9% from 3-point range in the regular season. However, he only managed 2 of 18 3-point attempts during the Bucks' Eastern Conference semifinal defeat to the Toronto Raptors..
Horst also spoke forwardAfter suffering a sprained medial collateral injury in his left leg, he is feeling better and will be able to miss much of the Bucks' playoff run. In Game 2 of the first round series, the three-time All-Start injured his knee. He didn't want to play again.
“[He] Horst commented that Horst looked great and was really starting to up his court work as well as his lifting. “He's fine.”