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Bradley Beal sprained his right ankle in Wednesday's loss to the Indiana Pacers and didn't return after the first quarter.
The Wizards, despite a season-high 34 points from John Wall, squandered double-digit leads in each half, lost Bradley Beal to injury and their fourth game in a row.
INDIANAPOLIS — The injury bug continued to bite the Rockets this week as they played in Indiana. Point guard Pat Beverley, who was questionable for Monday night’s game against the Pacers with right elbow bursitis, played the first half, but exited in the third quarter after spraining his left wrist. Josh Smith was also an […]
INDIANAPOLIS — The Rockets had plenty to overcome Monday night — another injury, technical fouls, a hungry Pacers team. Despite everything working against them, they found a way to defeat Indiana 110-100. It started out well enough for the Rockets, who were coming off a loss to Phoenix on Saturday. In the first half, they […]
Rockets point guard Pat Beverley flew back to Houston from Indianapolis on Tuesday to have his left wrist evaluated. Beverley, who has also been battling right elbow bursitis, left the Rockets game against the Pacers in the third quarter Monday night with what was initially diagnosed as a left wrist sprain. Rockets coach Kevin McHale […]
CHICAGO -- Nikola Mirotic is no longer the Chicago Bulls' secret weapon. After becoming the go-to scorer on an injury-depleted squad over the past month, the rookie has become an irreplaceable force on a team in desperate need of some offensive punch. He proved that again in a 103-86 win over the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday with 25 points, nine rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks. What made Mirotic's performance even more impressive is that he continued hitting big shots in the fourth quarter.
After missing the last two games with injuries, starting center Nikola Vucevic and backup point guard Willie Green might be available to play when the Orlando Magic face the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis on Tuesday night.
Kyrie Irving will miss his second game Sunday because of a strained left shoulder. Irving missed Friday’s loss at the Indiana Pacers and coach David Blatt was hopeful Irving could rejoin the team in Houston, but the team announced Saturday he was still in Cleveland receiving treatment and has been ruled out. LeBron James also missed Friday’s loss to the Pacers, but is still expected to return Sunday to face the Rockets. Irving injured the shoulder in the third quarter of Thursday’s win over the Golden State Warriors, but returned to play the fourth quarter.