Aron Baynes returns to action after suffering a serious injury at the Tokyo Olympics. The Australian scored 14 points in a friendly and his Brisbane Bullets celebrated the victory.
Aron Baynes, who spent more than a year without playing basketball, has returned to court.
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The center has signed a two-year deal with Australia’s Brisbane Bullets this summer. And he played his first game on Sunday.
In the “Bullet” friendly match 81:69 (18:28, 25: 9, 19:16, 19:16) Defeat New Zealand Breakers. Baynes spent 13 minutes on the pitch during which time he collected 14 points, 6 rebounds and 15 points.
The Australian suffered a serious injury at the Tokyo Olympics. During the match, the player went to the toilet with his head on the ground.
Not only could Baynes not play basketball, but he had to learn how to walk again.
After the match, the 35-year-old Australian did not hide his good feelings.
“A lot of emotions, it’s a lot of fun, I try to enjoy every second. I do not think there will be a game in my life that I will not enjoy because I am lucky enough to Can do that. “Thanks to my family for helping me out of that difficult time,” said the former Ryto player. – I’m a little sore on the pitch but it will come back, that’s the least I’m worried about. “I just tried to play with them, it was really fun.”
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