Heat forward Kelly Olynyk will miss the FIBA World Cup for Canada after suffering a knee injury last week.
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After suffering a knee injury in competition last week, Miami Heat F Kelly Olynyk will be unable to compete for Canada in the FIBA World Cup, source tells ESPN. Olynyk is expected to be ready for the start of the NBA season.
Team Canada forward/center Kelly Olynyk only suffered a bruised knee after slipping and falling during an exhibition, and he will miss a week. He's expected to return for the FIBA World Cup.
Miami's Kelly Olynyk appeared to hurt his knee after slipping and falling during Canada's win over Nigeria in a FIBA exhibition game and will get X-rays, coach Nick Nurse said.
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Bam Adebayo of the Heat has been added to the USA Basketball roster for the FIBA World Cup.
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