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DeAndre’ Bembry diagnosed with adductor strain after MRI

Not a lot of luck this season for Bembry when it comes to injuries...

NBA: Orlando Magic at Atlanta Hawks Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Atlanta Hawks’ sophomore swingman DeAndre’ Bembry is reportedly set to miss the next one to three weeks as a result of a Grade 1 left adductor strain diagnosed after undergoing an MRI on Tuesday, per Michael Cunningham of the AJC.

The news comes as a fresh blow for Bembry, who has missed already missed extended time to begin the season with a wrist injury.

Bembry originally injured his groin while on G-League assignment with the Hawks’ G-League affiliate Erie Bayhawks in December after a run of poor form with the Hawks. He was assigned to the G-League again in January as part of the recovery process and featured in the Bayhawks’ 111-110 loss to the Canton Charge on Jan. 19, where he scored eight points in 13 minutes. Bembry did not feature in the Bayhawks’ next game against the Delaware 87ers before being recalled back to Atlanta.

For the season, Bembry is averaging 4.8 points per game on 37% shooting from the field and 35% from three in 17 minutes a game in a total of 18 games played. Stay tuned.