ANTHONY Semerad is not totally ruled out of the PBA Commissioner's Cup semifinals series between TnT Katropa and Barangay Ginebra.
The TnT gunner dislocated his shoulder but did suffer any fracture as earlier feared.
Semerad went down with the injury after colliding with Justine Brownlee while going for a looseball in the waning seconds of Game One which the Katropa won, 95-92.
The Fil-Australian forward already had 17 points when he left the game.
While Semerad is likely to miss Game Two on Sunday, chances of him returning for the remainder of the series is very high.
Medical report provided by the team had Semerad suffering a grade 1 dislocation distal end of collar bone.
His MRI test will be further analyzed to check out any other injury or ligamental tear although it did confirm that there was no fracture on the injured shoulder.
At the moment, Semerad's condition is on a day-to-day basis.
Management though is hopeful he could be deployed back soonest in the succeeding games.