Stuckey (ankle) has been ruled out at least until the All-Star break. This solidifies the severity of Stuckey's ankle injury, as he will be out at least three more weeks. Look for Chase Budinger and C.J. Miles to continue to handle most of the reserve minutes on the wing in Stuckey's absence.
Stuckey (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's matchup with the Nuggets. Stuckey continues to recover from a sprain and bone bruise in his right foot, which has relegated him to the sideline since Jan. 13. Saturday's contest will mark his ninth straight absence, and the fact that he's already been ruled out well in advance is an indication that Stuckey is not overly close to returning. Following Saturday's game, Indiana is off Sunday before playing four games in six nights, beginning Monday with a home date against the East-leading Cavaliers.
Stuckey (ankle) will remain out for Thursday's game against the Hawks. It will be the eighth consecutive absence for Stuckey, who continues to be evaluated on a game-to-game basis while recovering from a right foot sprain and bone bruise. At this point it's unclear how long Stuckey will be sidelined, but so long as he's out Monta Ellis will continue to see big minutes, while Joe Young and Glenn Robinson III hold minor roles as backups off the bench.
Stuckey (ankle) will be reevaluated later this week, Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports reports. The Pacers initially projected Stuckey to return from his right ankle sprain at some point this week, but he has yet to resume practicing with the team and remains limited to conditioning activity. It's looking very unlikely that Stuckey will be available for Thursday's game against the Hawks, and he could miss several more contests beyond that.
Stuckey (foot/ankle) has been ruled out for Tuesday's matchup with the Clippers. Stuckey's absence streak will extend to seven games as he continues to work back from a right ankle sprain. Stuckey is nearing the end of his initial two-week recovery timetable, but the fact that he's already been ruled out more than 24 hours ahead of Tuesday's game may be an indication that he's not overly close to returning. Monta Ellis and George Hill will continue to soak up most of the backcourt minutes, with Joseph Young and Glenn Robinson III also working their way into the fold.
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