Myles Turner (elbow) ruled out for next 2 games
From NBA Twitter reports
The Indiana Pacers announced today that center Myles Turner will miss the team’s next two games due to a right elbow injury suffered earlier this week.
The Pacers say Turner, who is averaging 13.9 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game this season, hurt his right elbow during Monday’s 109-96 romp vs. the Milwaukee Bucks. Turner will not play in tonight’s home game against the Miami Heat (7 ET, NBA League Pass) and Friday’s home game against the Cleveland Cavaliers (7 ET, NBA League Pass).
The team gave no indication as to when Turner may possibly return. Here’s the Pacers’ statement in full:
The Indiana Pacers announced Wednesday that center Myles Turner sustained a right elbow injury during Monday night’s game against Milwaukee. Turner is being evaluated and an update will be provided when available. Turner will miss tonight’s game against Miami and Friday’s game against Cleveland.