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Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Barea aggravated a groin injury during his team’s 108–70 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

By SI Wire
April 17, 2016

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Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Barea aggravated a groin injury during his team’s 108–70 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, coach Rick Carlisle said after the game.

“I'm very, very concerned,” Carlisle said via ESPN. “I think something happened. I don't think it's just that it was a little tight. I'm afraid something happened.”

Barea missed the entire second half because of the injury, which he originally suffered on April 8.

He scored just three points in 16 minutes of play in the blowout loss.

Barea was fifth on the team in points per game in the regular season, averaging 10.9.

 

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