Amid a cloudy future, Schroder will sit in the present.
Earlier today, Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schröder, who has missed the last two games with a left ankle sprain, underwent an MRI at the Emory Sports Medicine Complex. The MRI revealed a medial bone bruise and Grade 2 left ankle sprain. The expected recovery time for the injuries is 2-4 weeks and he will miss the remainder of the season.
A 2-4-week injury doesn’t sound very serious. It just comes when it’s elevated it to “season-ending.” If Schroder stays on that timeline, he’ll fully recover in time for a full offseason regimen.
This should only help the Hawks, who are tied with the Grizzlies for the NBA’s worst record behind the Suns, tank for draft position.