Ennis (calf) may not play again this season, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. Ennis has already been ruled out of Wednesday's game against Boston, and coach Steve Clifford intimated that the wing -- as well as a few other injured Magic players -- may not return before the end of the regular season. "I don't even know what the time frame [is]," Clifford said. "If you look at the schedule now, it's seven games, I think it'd be 12 days, and I'm not sure even if any of those guys are that close, to be honest with you." Ennis was able to play in two games last week, but his calf injury has kept him out of eight of the last 10 contests, including Wednesday.
Ennis (calf) is out Wednesday against the Celtics. Ennis will be sidelined for a third straight game as he recovers from right calf soreness. In his absence, Dwayne Bacon and R.J. Hampton should continue seeing extra minutes.
Ennis (calf) will not play Monday at Detroit. A sore right calf will cause Ennis to sit out for the seventh time in the last nine games. As the Magic play out the string on a rebuilding season, don't expect Ennis to be rushed back to action before he's 100 percent healthy.
Ennis will not play in Saturday's game against the Grizzlies due to a calf issue. Ennis has not popped up on the injury report until now, so this is apparently a new issue. His next chance to suit up will come Monday versus the Pistons. In his absence, Gary Harris and Dwayne Bacon could be candidates for extra run.
Ennis will start Wednesday's game against the Cavaliers and see limited minutes, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. Wednesday marks Ennis' first game back from a five-game absence due to a calf injury, so he'll be eased back into a full workload. His return means Dwayne Bacon will come off the bench.
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