Struggling Bucks, Jabari Parker facing tough road

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THE Miami Heat made it 12 wins in a row after beating the struggling Bucks, 106-88, on Wednesday in Milwaukee (Thursday, Manila time).

Parker hurt the same knee two seasons ago in December 2014. He was averaging a career high in points per game with 20.1, in rebounds with 6.2, and assists with 2.8 per game.

And here's a comparison between the two apparent ACL tears. To make matters worse, the same night that Parker went down with the injury was the same game in which the team was welcoming back Khris Middleton back from injury. Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 22 for the Bucks and Parker had 14 before leaving the game.

This injury also begs the question, how should the Milwaukee Bucks approach the NBA Trade Deadline?

Zach Lowe of ESPN is reporting that Parker, 21, suffered another torn ACL.

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Kidd showed emotion in discussing Parker's injury as he met with reporters at the Cousins Center.

All have returned to action and Nelson was named the comeback player of the year in the National Football League after missing the entire 2015 season. Will Parker come back anything like the player he was becoming? He underwent surgery and missed the final 56 games of the 2014-15 campaign and the first four last season before returning to action.

"When we see anybody go down, we cringe", Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. The Bucks (22-29) are now 11th in the Eastern Conference.

Thoughts and best wishes from a number of National Basketball Association players were offered on social media, including one from Dwyane Wade, who knows all about dealing with injuries. From Feb. 1 through the end, the native of Chicago and product of Duke averaged 17.5 points and 5.9 rebounds, while launching 29 3-pointers in 33 games.

David Altchek, the team physician for the New York Mets, performed the first ACL surgery on Parker.

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