Milwaukee Bucks head coach Doc Rivers addressed concerns regarding Giannis Antetokounmpo’s left calf injury following the team’s crucial victory against the Boston Celtics.

Antetokounmpo’s departure in the third quarter due to a left calf strain raised alarms for the Bucks, prompting an update from Rivers during the postgame press conference.

Rivers expressed cautious optimism about Antetokounmpo’s condition, highlighting the uncertainty surrounding the injury’s severity.

“I think everyone probably feels the same way as I do right now. We’re just going hope for the best,” Rivers said postgame.

The Bucks superstar is set to undergo an MRI on his left calf, with the team and fans anxiously awaiting further updates on his status.

The Greek Freak racked 15 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists in 29 minutes of play before leaving the court due to the injury.