Jon Leuer

#30 PF / Detroit Pistons / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-10 Weight: 228 lb Age: 28 College: Wisconsin

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Gets another ankle injection

    Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy revealed Monday that Jon Leuer recently received a second injection in his sprained left knee, Jake Chapman of the Pistons Radio Network reports.Van Gundy acknowledged that Leuer, who hasn't played since Oct. 31 due to the injury, isn't progressing in his recovery as the team had hoped over the last two-plus months. While likely season-ending surgery remains a possibility for Leuer, he'll see if another injection can effectively addressing the lingering soreness and enable him to return to the court later during the campaign. Given his lengthy layoff from on-court action, Leuer probably remains multiple weeks away from appearing in games even if the injection has its desired effect.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Could require surgery on ankle

    Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy said Wednesday that Jon Leuer (ankle) could require surgery if the big man's condition doesn't improve over the next two weeks, Dana Gauruder of the Detroit Free Press reports.Leuer has been sidelined since Oct. 31 with the left ankle sprain and received a joint lubrication injection a month ago to ease the lingering pain he had been experiencing. He was projected to be sidelined for 4-to-6 weeks after receiving a second opinion following the injection, but with the low end of that timetable having come to pass and Leuer having yet to make notable progress, it's looking likely that surgical intervention may be necessary. Any procedure could spell an end to Leuer's season, thereby locking Anthony Tolliver, Eric Moreland and Boban Marjanovic into rotation roles in the frontcourt the rest of the way.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Timetable updated to 3-to-5 weeks

    Jon Leuer is slated to get an injection in his left ankle and his timetable for return has been updated to 3-to-5 weeks, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports.Leuer was originally given a 2-to-4 week timetable for a return, so this merely opens the opportunity for Leuer to potentially miss an extra week of action. With that said, Leuer will likely be targeting a return in early January, so he'll be out for the foreseeable future. Without Leuer, Tobias Harris is getting all the minutes he can handle, with Anthony Tolliver playing a slightly larger role in the frontcourt as well.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Out 2-to-4 weeks with ankle injury

    Jon Leuer (ankle) has been ruled for 2-to-4 weeks, Keith Langlois of Detroit Pistons.com reports.Leuer received a second opinion on his sprained left ankle Thursday in Indianapolis, and the power forward will spent at least the next two weeks rehabbing the injury after having already missed the last 12 games. Anthony Tolliver will continue to see majority of the power forward minutes off the bench in Leuer's absence.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Needs second opinion on ankle

    Jon Leuer (ankle) is headed to Indianapolis to receive a second opinion on his injury, Jake Chapman of the Detroit Pistons Radio Network reports.Leuer has missed the last 12 games with what is currently considered a severe ankle sprain. Leuer's injury is feared to be worse than a severe sprain since he needs to get a second opinion. If the 28-year-old is unable to play Friday against the Wizards, Boban Marjanovic will likely see a slight increase in playing time.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Out again Wednesday vs. Suns

    Jon Leuer (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday's matchup with the Suns, Keith Langlois of Detroit Pistons.com reports.Leuer's severely sprained ankle is still giving him some discomfort and the Pistons haven't updated any sort of timetable for his return, so he'll be evaluated on a game-to-game basis moving forward. Leuer's next opportunity to play will be Friday against the Wizards, though tentatively consider him questionable for that contest for now.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Will remain out Monday vs. Celtics

    Jon Leuer (ankle) will not play in Monday's matchup with the Celtics, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports.Leuer has been dealing with a severely sprained ankle and was unable to go through the team's walk through Monday morning, so it's still unclear just where he's at in his recovery. He was reportedly able to do some shooting Saturday, which is encouraging overall, though Leuer will still continue to be evaluated on a game-to-game basis.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Shoots around Saturday

    Jon Leuer "did some shooting" Saturday, though remains day-to-day with no timetable for a return, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.Leuer has appeared in just eight games this season, succumbing to a relatively severe left ankle injury. While it's encouraging to know he shot Saturday, there hasn't been significant enough progress in his recovery to tack on a timetable for a return.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Out once again Friday

    Jon Leuer (ankle) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Thunder, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports.Friday will mark the 10th straight absence for Leuer, who continues to nurse an ankle injury. He was held out of shootaround, which implies that he isn't overly close to a return. That said, the Wisconsin product should still be considered questionable for Monday's game in Boston.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Absent from shootaround Friday

    Jon Leuer (ankle) did not participate in shootaround Friday morning, Jake Chapman of the Detroit Pistons Radio Network reports.This comes after Leuer was absent from practice Wednesday, and it looks like the power forward could be in line to miss his 10th straight game. Leuer likely won't be able to return to the floor until he can put together at least one full practice, but he should be considered a game-time decision for Friday until his status is officially updated by the team.