Price per head sportsbooks were very concerned when they found out that on Friday, the Atlanta Hawks received a very big blow when an MRI showed that forward Al Horford suffered a completely torn right pectoral muscle in their double-overtime win at the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday night.
The two-time All-Star who’s a favorite with pay per head services is out indefinitely – now the Hawks and the player are looking for options.
On Friday night, Horford tweeted:
A bump on the road with this injury, but I will focus to get back more focus and better!
— Al Horford (@Al_Horford) December 28, 2013
Price per head sportsbooks remember that the player tore his left pectoral in 2012 and didn’t play for four months while recovering.
“We will work with Al and complete our due diligence to determine the next best steps,” Hawks general manger Danny Ferry said. “Injuries are part of the challenge of an NBA season.”
Horford left the win on Thursday night in the first overtime and did not return to action. The Hawks said that on Friday, an MRI and exam by Dr. Michael Bernot in Atlanta showed the muscle’s complete tear, and pay per head services know how worried the fans must be.
It is not clear how the team will adjust to the player’s injury. Price per head sportsbooks believe that Pero Antic, who on Thursday night replaced Horford, could be the candidate who is most likely to move into the starting lineup.
Pay per head services saw that Antic had a 3.6 point average while he was playing 10.5 minutes per game.
Also for the Hawks, forward DeMarre Carroll is day to day due to a sprained right thumb suffered against the Cavaliers.
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This season, Atlanta have been one of the Eastern Conference’s few good stories, as they are 16-13. On Friday they entered in third place, and price per head sportsbooks all over the world can’t wait to see how they continue to perform.