ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Milwaukee Bucks' Torrey Craig suffered a nasal fracture and underwent surgery to repair the damage caused against the New York Knicks.
Despite the surgery, the Bucks expected Craig to be able return to contact practices in two weeks.
Milwaukee Bucks forward Torrey Craig had surgery to repair a fractured nose and is expected to be able to resume contact basketball activities— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) December 31, 2020
in two weeks, sources tell ESPN. He was injured against Knicks on Sunday.
Torrey Craig joined Milwaukee during the offseason after the Denver Nuggets failed to extend a qualifying offer. The 6’7 forward signed a one-year, $1.6M veteran’s minimum deal.
So far this year, Craig is averaging 6.5 minutes per game with Mike Budenholzer's team.
The South Carolina product is a good defender with playoff experience, and is expected to help the Bucks as a leader in the locker room and when on the court.