Trail Blazers rookie C.J. McCollum suffers broken foot, out indefinitely
Portland guard suffers broken bone in practice, will have surgery on left foot.
Portland Trail Blazers rookie guard C.J. McCollum suffered a broken left foot in practice this week which will require surgery. He's out indefinitely. The Blazers announced the injury Saturday night.
X-ray's confirm Portland G CJ McCollum sustained a fractured 5th metatarsal bone in his left foot at practice on Saturday at the PF.— Trail Blazers PR (@TrailBlazersPR) October 5, 2013
A date for surgery has not been determined. Prognosis for his return will be made post surgery.— Trail Blazers PR (@TrailBlazersPR) October 5, 2013
McCollum, a 6-4 guard out of Lehigh, was drafted 10th overall by the Blazers in June's draft. The injury is the same one he suffered in January that required surgery, promping more concern over the fracture.
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