Meyers Leonard missed his fourth consecutive game with a dislocated left shoulder. Prior to the game Stotts declined to give an updated timeline on Leonard's possible return, but said that Leonard would get his shoulder looked at again this week. "He's going to get a second opinion and go from there," Stotts said.
Meyers Leonard will miss at least Trail Blazers' next three games after dislocating his left shoulder at practice on Wednesday.
Leonard doesn't have a definitive timetable for his return, but he will miss the final three games of the Blazers road trip starting with Thursday night's game in San Antonio as well as the final two stops New Orleans and Dallas. He is waiting for the swelling in his shoulder to go down before getting magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tests.
Jason Quick: Blazers announce Meyers Leonard is out for Thursday's game at San Antonio because of separated left shoulder
Portland forward Meyers Leonard dislocated his left shoulder Wednesday night during the Trail Blazers' 113-101 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. Leonard was whisked to the locker room after he clutched his left arm on the court midway through the third quarter and did not return.
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