UConn Huskies girls basketball star, Paige Bueckers, has sadly torn her ACL and can miss the 2022-2023 season. The long run WNBA star is arguably the very best participant in faculty basketball and it’s going to be unlucky to not see her out on the court docket for the Huskies subsequent season.
A season in the past, she was solely in a position to play in 17 video games as a result of an damage as properly, however she managed to common 14.6 factors, 4 rebounds, 3.9 assists, and 1.5 steals per sport. On prime of that, she shot 54.4% from the sector and 35.3% from 3-point vary.
Paige Bueckers Tears ACL, Out all of Subsequent Season
Paige Bueckers launched the next assertion:
“It’s so so loopy since you work so exhausting to get again wholesome, you’re feeling stronger than ever, and you’re enjoying your finest basketball and with one sudden motion all of it shifts. It’s exhausting making an attempt to make sense of all of it now however I can’t assist however assume that God is utilizing me as a sworn statement as to how a lot you’ll be able to overcome with Him by your facet. Some little child that simply tore their ACL or had a significant surgical procedure would possibly want this story P, as a result of it’s going to be one hell of a comeback.
There may be going to be good days and there’s going to be unhealthy days however my absolute love for the sport and Godly power will get me again to the place I must be. I’ve labored too exhausting for the little child in these footage to maintain going for the desires Ive had since I first picked up the ball, so why would I cease now? The prayers and love means a lot to me and the doubts that I received’t get again to the place I used to be would possibly imply much more. God put a dream in my coronary heart and even when I’ve to stroll by way of a nightmare to get it I’m going to maintain believing. All love, P🤞🏼”
This comeback story goes to be nice to observe and it’s going to be intriguing to see what workforce finally ends up taking her in subsequent yr’s WNBA Draft.