Anthony was diagnosed with a nondisplaced fracture of his first right rib Tuesday and won't return before the All-Star break, which begins March 3, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports. The 20-year-old missed the past three games after suffering the injury Feb. 9, and he'll be sidelined for at least another month due to the injury. Anthony has no official timetable for his return, but the earliest he could be back will be the first game of the second half of the season, which will be during the second week of March. Michael Carter-Williams should continue to start at the point for Orlando, and Terrence Ross and Dwayne Bacon should also have increased roles.
Anthony (shoulder) won't play Sunday against the Suns. Anthony will miss a third straight game due to a right shoulder strain. Evan Fournier (back) and James Ennis (groin) are also unavailable, so Michael Carter-Williams, Terrence Ross and Dwayne Bacon should see plenty of usage Sunday.
Anthony (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Suns. Anthony has missed the last two games due to a strained right shoulder, and he's questionable once again heading into Sunday's matchup. If he's unable to play, Michael Carter-Williams, Terrence Ross and Dwayne Bacon could see increased run for the Magic.
Anthony (shoulder) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Kings, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports. Anthony was initially considered questionable for Friday's contest, but he'll miss a second straight game due to a right shoulder strain. Michael Carter-Williams, Terrence Ross and Dwayne Bacon could see increased run for Orlando on Friday.
Anthony (shoulder) is questionable for Friday's game against the Kings. Anthony missed Thursday's game against the Warriors due to a strained right shoulder, but he could return as soon as Friday. If he's sidelined again, Michael Carter-Williams, Terrence Ross and Dwayne Bacon could end up handling the ball more often.
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