Hapoel Holon’s Khalif Wyatt shut himself down for the season after meniscus surgery

Hapoel Holon’s Khalif Wyatt shut himself down for the season after meniscus surgery

Khalif Wyatt, the No.1 averaging scorer in FIBA BCL, has undergone meniscus surgery and shut himself down for the season to rehab and be in elite shape for the 2019-20 campaign

Khalif Wyatt has shut himself down for the remainder of the Israeli season and the domestic playoffs, following meniscus surgery he underwent last month. Wyatt led Hapoel Holon to the No. 1 seed in the Israeli League and a top seed in the FIBA Champions League, en route to becoming the best scorer in the entire BCL competition, posting 18.9 points on 39.8% from beyond the arc and 76% from the free line, to go along with 5.7 assists and 2.7 rebounds per game. Wyatt had career performances against Italian side Venezia (35 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds), French club Nanterre (28 points and 7 assists), and Swiss team Fribourg (21 points and 11 assists). Wyatt will focus on his rehab in the U.S. and will be active for training camp to begin the 2019-2020 season.

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