The Bucks‘ SG says his eye is healing properly, but will need to wear protective goggles when he’s back on the court. From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “The 23-year-old Bucks guard suffered a retina tear and underwent surgery that will allow him to play again, although he will have to wear protective goggles for the rest of his career. […] Now the right eye is healing and Douglas-Roberts said he expects to be able to resume contact in two weeks, following results of an examination Thursday. ‘I still have some blurred vision and I still see the floaters a little, but it’s much better than it was because I couldn’t see anything (out of the right eye) for a week,’ Douglas-Roberts said.”
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