Magic rookie Chuma Okeke bruises knee bone, reportedly to miss several weeks
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The Magic drafted Chuma Okeke No. 16 in 2019 despite him having a torn ACL in his left knee.

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Okeke – who sat out last season then didn’t sign with Orlando until last offseason – has another left-knee injury.


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Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN:

This is quite concerning considering Okeke’s history. Hopefully, he recovers smoothly. Okeke was an intriguing prospect before getting hurt – a hustle player who could make some plays with the ball.

Okeke was in Orlando’s rotation at power forward – a position where the Magic are shorthanded with Jonathan Isaac and Al-Farouq Aminu already sidelined. Gary Clark could now see a bigger role behind starter Aaron Gordon.

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