After almost two weeks, Kevin Pangos is expected to play with Olimpia Milano in the road game against Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Credit: Juan Navarro/GettyImages
Credit Juan Navarro/GettyImages

Only days after returning to EuroLeague action following a long-term knee injury, EA7 Emporio Armani Milan point guard Kevin Pangos was sidelined with an abdominal muscle strain during the EuroLeague Round 29 game vs. Real Madrid.

After two weeks, Pangos is back with the Italian team ahead of Thursday night's game in Tel Aviv against hosts Maccabi Playtika, the club announced. The Canadian guard had 9 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, and 11 PIR in 21 minutes in his last EuroLeague outing, while Milan suffered a narrow 90-87 defeat on the road.

Previously, Pangos sustained a partial posterior ligament tear and missed more than three months.

The 30-year-old guard averages 9.9 points, 2.7 boards, 3.5 assists, and 9.2 PIR over 13 EuroLeague games this season.

On the other hand,  Devon Hall, Luigi Datome and Paul Biligha will not be at coach Ettore Messina's disposal.

Milan stand at 14-16 and will stand a chance of making the playoffs only with a win over the Israeli powerhouse. 

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