Holiday (eye) has been diagnosed with a right inferior orbital wall fracture and will miss the remainder of the season. Holiday suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter of Monday night's victory over the Knicks. He will miss the last few weeks of the season after appearing in 65 games, including 23 starts, for the Pelicans this year. He has averaged 16.8 points, 6.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds, and 1.4 steals in 28 minutes per game on the season. Look for Toney Douglas, Tim Frazier, and Norris Cole (back) to pick up minutes the remainder of the season in Holiday's absence.
Holiday suffered an injury to his right eye in Monday's game against the Knicks, broadcaster Daniel Sallerson reports. Holiday still managed to play 34 minutes in Monday's game but now there's concern for his ability to play Wednesday against the Spurs after missing the last two games with a blister on his left toe. If he's forced to sit Wednesday, Toney Douglas and Tim Frazier will likely be in store for substantial playing time, assuming Norris Cole (back) remains sidelined.
Holiday (toe) will play and start in Monday's tilt with the Knicks, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports. Holiday missed the previous two contests for the Pelicans with a sore toe, but will return to action Monday. New Orleans remains very thin in depth due to injuries, so Holiday should have an opportunity to produce relatively well. Due to his nagging injuries he will likely continue being day-to-day going forward.
Holiday (toe) will play in Monday's game against the Hawks, John Reid of the Times-Picayune reports. Holiday sat out the previous two games with a blister on one of his left toes. He was in the starting lineup prior to his original absence, but it remains unclear whether or not he'll start Monday.
Holiday (toe) is listed as questionable for Monday's tilt with the Hawks, Brett Dawson of the New Orleans Advocate reports. Holiday has missed the Pelicans' last two games while nursing a sore left toe, and though the injury doesn't seem particularly serious, the team isn't anxious to reinsert him into the starting lineup until he's 100 percent healthy. The Pelicans aren't likely to have Norris Cole (back) on hand for Monday's tilt, so if Holiday also remains out, Toney Douglas would pick up another start at point guard.
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