Brogdon (quadriceps) revealed in a video Saturday that he's "100 percent" healthy. In early March, Brogdon was deemed week-to-week with a torn quad, so this timeline matches up. He notes that he's been doing rehab, riding his exercise bike and running hills in his backyard. If the season starts back up, he'll be able to take the court.
Brogdon was diagnosed with a torn left quadriceps Saturday and is listed as week-to-week. Brogdon missed Friday's game against the Bulls with what was originally called a sore left hip. An MRI later revealed a tear in his left rectus femoris, a thigh muscle, so he's now set to miss several more games. Aaron Holiday started in the backcourt next to Victor Oladipo in his absence Friday and will presumably see an increased role until he returns.
Brogdon (hip) is out for Friday's game against the Bulls, J. Michael of The Indianapolis Star reports. As expected, Brogdon will sit out Friday due to left hip soreness. In his stead, Aaron Holiday and T.J. McConnell should see extra run.
Brogdon (hip) is doubtful for Friday's game against the Bulls, J. Michael of The Indianapolis Star reports. Brogdon injured his hip during Wednesday's loss to the Bucks and is scheduled to undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the issue. While it sounds like he'll miss at least one game as a result, a more concrete timetable for his return likely won't come into focus until after his test results are known.
Brogdon (hip) will not return Wednesday against the Bucks, Jeremiah Johnson of Fox Sports Indiana reports. Brogdon exited Wednesday's game in the second quarter with a sore left hip and ultimately won't return. Prior to exiting, he tallied four points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal in 11 minutes. Brogdon tentatively should be considered questionable for Friday's game in Chicago.
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