Jayson Tatum absolutely dropped the hammer on Giannis Antetokounmpo in the second period of Saturday’s Game 3 contest between the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks. It was a sepctacular poster dunk, no doubt, but Tatum may have come out from the incident the worse for wear.

After the Celtics’ 103-101 loss, Tatum revealed that his fall from Giannis’ foul during the play may have caused a recurrence of a lingering wrist injury. Be that as it may, it sounds like Tatum isn’t stressing about it too much:

“That’s something I’ve been dealing with for probably like two months now,” Tatum said. “It wasn’t anything abnormal. When I fell on it, it bothered me. but nothing I haven’t been dealing with the last two months.”

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Here’s a look at the play in question as the Celtics star put the former back-to-back MVP on a poster:

Hopefully, the wrist injury doesn’t flare up overnight. However, the fact that Tatum revealed how he’s been playing through the pain for a couple of months now is a bit concerning.

It is also worth noting that Tatum had an uncharachteristically foregttable performance in Game 3, going just 4-of-19 for 10 points. We’re just hoping that his wrist didn’t bother him too much during the game and that we can just chalk this off as an off night.