Credit: Real Madrid Basket
Credit Real Madrid Basket

Nigel Williams-Goss suffered an injury during last night's game against Fenerbahce.

Real Madrid's point guard had to retire in the middle of the second quarter due to a left finger problem. He did not play again and, after the game, Pablo Laso was worried about his condition.

The fears have been confirmed this morning after the tests to which the player has been subjected. According to the medical report offered by the club, "he has been diagnosed with an injury to the extensor tendon of the third finger of the left hand."

As always in case of an injury, it is subject to re-evaluation, although a month is a reasonable time for recovery

Lately, Williams-Goss had become more integrated into the systems and dynamics of the team after a preseason in which he was out of place. Carlos Alocen, who was decisive against Fenerbahce with a great third quarter, is expected to have more minutes.

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