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Per Shams Charania, Magic F Aaron Gordon has left the NBA bubble due to his ongoing hamstring injury and events the past few days on campus.
A hamstring injury sustained on August 5th has kept Gordon from appearing in any of the Magic's postseason games in Orlando. Add that to the recent events that has taken place across the last 24 hours on campus and the 24-year-old high flyer has decided to head home. The Magic may not be far behind as they currently trail the Milwaukee Bucks 1-3 in their first-round series.
Aaron Gordon has been ruled out for Game 5 versus the Milwaukee Bucks due to a strained left hamstring.
Gordon has missed all of the Magic's first-round series against the Bucks as he continues to recover from a strained hamstring injury. The Magic will need a miracle to extend the series, down 3-1 heading into Wednesday.
Aaron Gordon (hamstring) will not play in Monday’s Game 4 matchup against the Bucks.
Gordon was questionable heading into Monday’s playoff game, but was ultimately ruled out. He will miss his eighth consecutive game due to a hamstring injury. Gary Clark will continue to start for the Magic in Gordon’s absence.
Aaron Gordon (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Monday’s Game 4 against the Bucks.
Gordon has missed all three games of the fof the playoffs due to a hamstring injury. An update on his status should be known closer to 1:30 PM EST tip-off. Gary Clark will continue to start if Gordon is ruled out.
Magic forward Aaron Gordon will remain out for Game 3 on Saturday while continuing to deal with a strained hamstring.
Gordon was briefly given the questionable tag on Saturday before ultimately being ruled out, which could mean the high-flyer is trending in the right direction. Still, it appears he is not quite ready for a return to game action and he will miss his seventh consecutive game as a result. Gary Clark should continue starting in his place.