Scott Agness: Darren Collison will miss his third strai…

Scott Agness: Darren Collison will miss his third straight game. Wesley Matthews (hamstring) is available.

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A. Sherrod Blakely: Pacers head coach Nate McMillan says his starting backcourt of Wes Matthews (hamstring) and Darren Collison (groin) will be game-time decisions tomorrow night vs the #Celtics.
Scott Agness: Darren Collison won’t play tonight vs Warriors. Cory Joseph remains in the starting lineup.
Mark Montieth: McMillan confirms pregame that @Darren Collison will play tonight, off the bench. Probably 10-15 minutes. Will play it by ear, so to speak.
Mark Montieth: . @Darren Collison was optimistic about playing on Friday. Probably will come off the bench at first.
Scott Agness: Pacers point guard Darren Collison is at least another week away from returning. He’s two weeks removed from having his left knee scope, and spent his All-Star break rehabbing with the team’s lead physical therapist.
Jeremiah Johnson: Darren Collison OUT (knee soreness) Cory Joseph will start for the @Pacers
Veteran guard Darren Collison missed Saturday night’s game with a left hamstring injury. From his courtside seat, he informed CSNBayArea.com that the injury required an MRI and the results were “not good." Collison confirmed that he would be out several days at minimum while the team’s medical staff waits to see how his body responds to treatment.
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