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Pacers C Myles Turner (toe) is out indefinitely after an MRI revealed a partial tear of his plantar plate in his big toe on his right foot.
Tough blow for the Pacers and for Turner. He’ll be out indefinitely, which means more minutes for Goga Bitadze. It also means Edmond Sumner is likely to stick in the starting lineup. Look for increased opportunities for Caris LeVert, Malcolm Brogdon, and Domantas Sabonis.
Pacers' C Myles Turner is listed as questionable for Monday's game with a sprained right toe.
After posting just nine points, 11 rebounds, and two assists in Sunday's loss to the Hawks, Turner seemed to receive his normal minutes load after returning from a six-game absence with an ankle sprain. However, now Turner seems to be dealing with a right toe sprain. If Turner is to miss tonight, expect Sabonis to take over the role in the post and Edmond Sumner to enter the starting five.
Pacers C Myles Turner (ankle) has been ruled out Friday night vs. the Jazz.
Turner was listed as questionable earlier in the day, but he’ll be out for his 6th consecutive game. Edmond Sumner has been starting for the Pacers as they deploy a smaller lineup while Turner has been out. His next chance to play comes Sunday in Atlanta.
Myles Turner is questionable for Friday's game against the Jazz due to a left ankle sprain.
Turner has missed the last five games for the Pacers due to the lingering effects of a left ankle sprain. In Turner's absence, the Pacers have been going with a small ball starting five, starting G Edmond Sumner in his absence. If Turner is a no go for tonight, expect more of the same on Friday.
Indiana Pacers C Myles Turner (ankle) was unable to practice on Monday.
Myles Turner (left ankle sprain) did not practice today, “his spirits are good,” Bjorkgren said, but seems unlikely for him to play Tuesday vs LAC.