After he was forced out of Game 4 vs. the Atlanta Hawks with what was dubbed a hyperextended left knee, the Milwaukee Bucks can breathe a huge sigh of relief: Giannis Antetokounmpo suffered no structural or ligament damage to his knee in Tuesday's loss to the Hawks, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Antetokounmpo was down on the floor for an extended period as he was attended to by trainers before he was quickly helped up and into the locker room. He tried to return to the Bucks' bench but, with the game already out of hand, was quickly sent back to avoid further injury.
Before the injury, Antetokounmpo had also dealt with left calf tightness. The Bucks have listed him as doubtful for Game 5.