G - IND - OUT
Jeremy Lamb did join the Pacers in Orlando, but is not expected to play in any of the remaining games this season. Lamb is still recovering from a torn ACL and is expected to work with the Pacers' training staff to help prepare for next season.
With Lamb ruled out for the rest of the season, Pacers' guard Aaron Holiday should start at the shooting guard spot, until Victor Oladipo returns. There is not a lot of fantasy value for any player who fills Lamb's spot on the team, so fantasy owners should look elsewhere to fill this spot. The Pacers' have struggled with illness and injury though, so their starting lineup is worth monitoring as the season resumes.
According to Indiana Pacers beat writer Scott Agness, Pacers G/F Jeremy Lamb has resumed walking.
Lamb underwent surgery seven weeks ago to repair a torn ACL and menisus in left knee. Lamb will not be able to return until next season but walking at this stage in his rehab is a positive sign in his road to recovery.
The Indiana Pacers on Twitter have stated that Jeremy Lamb had successful knee surgery to repair a torn left anterior cruciate ligament and a torn lateral meniscus.
Jeremy Lamb was averaging 12.5 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 2.1 assists in his first season with the Pacers prior to the injury. Lamb should be ready to return sometime next season.
The Indiana Pacers on Twitter have confirmed that Jeremy Lamb is out for the year due to a torn ACL, torn lateral meniscus, and a lateral femoral condylar fracture.
Jeremy Lamb landed awkwardly in Sunday’s contest with the Raptors when the injury transpired. Look for Aaron Holiday to get extended minutes for the rest of the season.
J Michael on Twitter is reporting that Jeremy Lamb left the Raptors game early due to a sore left knee and will not return. Lamb scored five points in eight minutes prior to the injury.
Jeremy Lamb had an awkward fall and hurt his left knee. The trainers took him back to the locker room to be evaluated and decided to sit him for the rest of the game. Lamb will have an MRI on Monday to evaluate his left knee further.