Fournier (knee) is out for Wednesday's season finale against the Wizards, Zach Rosen of the Wizards' official site reports.
Fournier will miss a 17th straight game due to a sprained MCL, which will also end his season. That said, he's expected to make a full recovery in time for training camp. He'll finish his sixth season averaging 17.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 32.2 minutes.
Fournier (knee) is "unlikely" to play again this season, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
The news comes straight from the mouth of coach Frank Vogel, who addressed Fournier's situation ahead of Wednesday's game against the Nets. Fournier has been out since Mar. 7 with a sprained MCL, and given the Magic's standing in the East, it doesn't make much sense for the team to bring him back down the stretch. Expect the 25-year-old to continue rehabbing into the early offseason, but he should be back to 100 percent well before the start of the 2018-19 season.
According to coach Frank Vogel, Fournier (knee) is "not close" to playing in games, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Fournier sprained his knee at the start of March and he's now missed five straight games because of it. Despite being seen putting up some free throws recently, coach Vogel indicated Fournier isn't close to returning, though an exact timetable wasn't provided. Either way, Fournier appears likely to sit out at least another week or two, so fantasy owners shouldn't be banking on having him back soon. In the meantime, guys like Shelvin Mack and Mario Hezonja should see added minutes.
Fournier (knee) is listed as out for Friday's game against Boston.
The Magic continue to evaluate Fournier on a game-to-game basis, but a sprained MCL will cost him a fifth straight contest. It's unclear when the wing might be cleared to return, but given the Magic's positioning in the East, they certainly won't rush him back.
Fournier (knee) is listed as out for Wednesday's game against the Bucks.
Fournier continues to work his way back from a sprained left MCL and doesn't currently have a timetable for his return. At this point, it seems likely that Fournier will miss at least a handful more games moving forward and with the Magic essentially eliminated from the playoffs, there's no real reason to rush him back. That means Jonathon Simmons and Jonathan Isaac should continue to start at the two wing spots.
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