Warren (foot) remains confined to a walking boot and is believed to be "months away" from making his return to game action, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports. The Pacers have been listing Warren as out indefinitely since he underwent surgery in early January to address a stress fracture in his left foot. Fantasy managers who had been holding Warren with the hope that he could be ready to play soon after the All-Star break may have to scale back their expectations, as Agness' report suggests that the 27-year-old likely won't be available until April, if not later in the regular season or playoffs. Even when he gets the green light to play again, Warren will likely be subject to a minutes restriction, and he could be held out of one half of back-to-back sets.
Warren (foot) has been cleared to begin his rehab but isn't close to participating in on-court drills, Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News reports. While it's positive news that Warren is getting into his rehab, it doesn't appear as though he'll be returning anytime soon. "I don't think he's close to being on the court yet," stated head coach Nate Bjorkgren. Expect the Pacers to provide updates on Warren as he clears certain hurdles in his rehab.
Warren (foot) underwent surgery on Tuesday, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports. As expected, Warren underwent surgery to address the stress fracture in his foot. He remains out indefinitely. In his absence, Aaron Holiday has moved into the starting lineup.
Warren will need surgery to repair a stress fracture in his foot and will be out indefinitely, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Warren was ruled out for Thursday's contest due to left foot soreness, but the issue is apparently more severe than first anticipated. A timetable for his return hasn't yet been established. Aaron Holiday started in Thursday's game, but Justin Holiday, Edmond Sumner and Doug McDermott could see increased playing time in Warren's absence.
Warren is out for Thursday's game against the Cavaliers due to left foot soreness. Warren emerged from Tuesday's loss to the Celtics with a sore foot -- the opposite of the one that hindered him in training camp due to plantar fasciitis. It's not a great sign that he's been ruled out so far in advance. In his absence, Justin Holiday, Edmond Sumner and Doug McDermott could see extra run.
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