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    Injury Sidelines Jeremy Sochan, Ending Impressive Streak

    Jeremy Sochan, the rising star of San Antonio Spurs, has been sidelined due to injury, marking the conclusion of his exceptional streak in the current NBA season. Sochan, the sole player to participate in all 74 games for the Spurs, will miss the upcoming match against the Golden State Warriors. The 20-year-old athlete sustained an ankle injury during the previous game against the New York Knicks, which forced him out of the court after just over 17 minutes of play.

    Concerns Over Sochan’s Recovery

    Sochan’s injury, initially believed to be minor, now appears to be more serious than anticipated. Local reports suggest that he may miss the remaining games of the season. With the Spurs out of playoff contention, attention turns to Sochan’s recovery and his potential participation in the Polish national team’s summer camp. The team aims to secure a spot in the Olympic Games in Paris.

    Sochan’s absence marks a significant shift for the Spurs, as no player will maintain a perfect attendance record after the upcoming game. Despite averaging 29.6 minutes per game, contributing 11.6 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists, his absence poses challenges for the team’s dynamics. The focus now shifts to his rehabilitation and future prospects in both the NBA and international basketball.

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