Golden State Warriors main scorer D’Angelo Russell will miss not less than two weeks of the NBA season with a sprained proper thumb.
The staff introduced his standing after reviewing outcomes of an MRI on Saturday.
He will likely be re-evaluated in two weeks and won’t be a part of the Warriors on their four-game highway journey.
Russell, 23, left Friday evening’s 105-100 residence loss to the Boston Celtics halfway by the third quarter after having the ball swiped away by Daniel Theis throughout a drive to the basket.
He missed the sport’s remaining 18 minutes.
The All-Star had his hand checked on the sideline, then went to the locker room and did not return.
Russell, who’s averaging 24.Three factors and 6.7 assists, completed the sport with 12 factors, seven assists and 9 turnovers.
The damage is the newest setback for the 2-11 Warriors, who are also with out stars Stephen Curry (damaged hand) and Klay Thompson (torn ACL, season).
Kevon Looney, Jacob Evans and rookie Alen Smailagic even have missed all or a lot of the season up to now.
The Warriors face the New Orleans Pelicans (3-8) on the highway on Sunday.