Atlanta Hawks forward Solomon Hill is out for the rest of the 2021 season. A hamstring injury suffered by Hill will end his 2021 campaign, his first full season as a Hawk.
The Hawks’ Twitter account reported the news on Wednesday.
An @emoryhealthcare injury update:
Solomon Hill, who left Sunday’s game with a right hamstring injury, underwent an MRI on Monday. The MRI revealed a right hamstring tendon tear.
He will undergo surgery and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2021-22 season. pic.twitter.com/9kXcZ0lDfy
— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) December 8, 2021
Hill was the 23rd overall selection of the 2013 NBA Draft out of the University of Arizona. He spent four seasons as a Pacer before playing for the Pelicans, the Grizzlies and the Heat. In 2020 alone, Hill bounced around to the latter three teams.
Only starting one game during this new season, Hill found his way into the lineup in 13 total. His highest per game total is in rebounds, with just 1.8. He is scoring 0.6 points per game in almost 11 minutes played. Stay tuned to TGH for more NBA news.
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