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Tony East: Turner and Sabonis remain out against Portland tomorrow. Bitadze and Lamb are both questionable again. Zach Collins is out for the Blazers.
Tony East: Bjorkgren with some injury updates: Myles and Domas did not practice today. They did some work in the weight room. Lamb was 40% in practice. McDermott was in a full practice today. Bitadze shot a little bit, his ankle is getting better, but he didn’t do much on court.
Tom Orsborn: Updated Pacers injury report for tonight vs. Spurs: Doug McDermott – Available (left ankle) Domantas Sabonis – Out (lower back) Jeremy Lamb – Out (left knee) Myles Turner – Out (right toe) T.J. Warren – Out (left foot)
Tony East: Bjorkgren doesn’t have a formal timeline on Turner’s injury as of now. Couldn’t say if it was season-ending or not. Bjorkgren added he wasn’t exactly sure when it happened in Sunday’s game.
An MRI done Monday revealed that Pacers center Myles Turner has a partial tear of his plantar plate in the great toe of his right foot. Turner is out indefinitely and updates will be provided as necessary.
Scott Agness: Pacers injury update: Myles Turner (left ankle sprain) is out Friday in Orlando. Brogdon and Sabonis are questionable.
Scott Agness: #Pacers Brogdon, Lamb, Sabonis and Turner are all listed as questionable for tonight vs Wolves. D’Angelo Russell is probable.
Tony East: Myles Turner will play tonight
Scott Agness: Myles Turner is listed as questionable for tonight in Milwaukee due to a sore right shoulder. If he can go — I expect him to. It’s the Pacers’ first time on national TV this season.
J. Michael Falgoust: Bjorkgren goes out of his way to praise Turner: “Tough as hell.” #PacersMagic
J. Michael Falgoust: Bjorkgren: “For him to show this toughness to be out on the floor tonight it’s really big” #PacersMagic
As long as Myles Turner can handle the discomfort in his right hand, he can play for the Indiana Pacers. After missing the last games with an avulsion fracture in his shooting hand, the Pacers could have him back for Friday’s home game vs. the Orlando Magic. It’s Turner’s call. “It’s a broken bone. Real small. Real miniscule. There’s really not much you can do for it to heal,” Turner said after Thursday’s practice session. “No surgery. No time off. It’s just one of those things you’ve got to get used to.”
J. Michael Falgoust: Turner on the break in his hand: “It’s real small, real miniscule…it’s one of those things you have to get used to.” #Pacers
Shams Charania: Pacers center Myles Turner has a slight fracture in his right hand and will be re-evaluated in the coming days, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Turner is the NBA leader in blocked shots (4.2 per game).
J. Michael Falgoust: Warren and Turner are “good to go,” per Bjorkgren #PacersKnicks
J. Michael Falgoust: Turner says he took a knee in the calf during practice but he’ll be OK for the restart: “I’ve been taking the past couple days easier…It’s nothing that’s going to be long-term. Nothing I’m concerned about.” #Pacers
Scott Agness: McMillan notes that Myles Turner was also held out of practice today. Sabonis, Bitadze and Sampson also dealing with what he calls soft tissue injuries.
Scott Agness: Malcolm Brogdon and T.J. McConnell ruled out tonight vs Bucks. Two-way guard Naz Mitrou-Long may receive an opportunity. Myles Turner returns to the starting lineup.
Roy Parry: The Magic have listed SG Terrence Ross as questionable on the NBA’s 1:30 p.m. injury report for tonight’s game vs. the Pacers. A league source said Ross will be a game-time decision. For the Pacers, Jeremy Lamb is out and Myles Turner is questionable. Both have ankle sprains.
Scott Agness: Myles Turner is questionable for Sunday in Orlando. Goga Bitadze (concussion), Jeremy Lamb (ankle), Sumner and Oladipo are out. Two-way guys are in Fort Wayne. pic.twitter.com/ot2rDBa4AP
Scott Agness: Myles Turner (ankle) is out tonight vs Pistons. No need to rush him back considering the early concern for the injury.
Rod Beard: #Pacers center Myles Turner is questionable tonight vs. #Pistons. Victor Oladipo, Jeremy Lamb, Goga Bitadze and Edmund Sumner all are OUT. #DFS
Scott Agness: Another game, another Pacers injury. Center Goga Bitadze has been diagnosed with a concussion and is ruled out of Friday’s game vs Pistons. Jeremy Lamb (left ankle sprain) will miss his second straight game. Myles Turner is questionable.
J. Michael Falgoust: Sabonis (left calf) is OUT and Turner (right ankle) remains OUT tonight. Sampson and Bitadze will start again #PacersHornets
Scott Agness: Pacers center Myles Turner has been diagnosed with a grade 1 right ankle sprain and is expected to be out for at least two weeks, league source told @TheAthleticIND.
Scott Agness: Myles Turner needs assistance to the locker room after he twisted his right ankle as Garrett Temple came around the screen. pic.twitter.com/gVl7HIyz6I
Scott Agness: The flu is going around the locker room. Myles Turner became the third different Pacer to miss practice time. Domantas Sabonis collided with Aaron Holiday during a scrimmage and had his leg looked at, but he appears fine.
Scott Agness: Myles Turner’s right ankle injury doesn’t appear to be serious. He also had back spasms so McMillan shut him down for the game. He has a week to get it right before the postseason.
Scott Agness: Update: Myles Turner, who missed the last two games, is available tonight vs Pistons.
J. Michael Falgoust: Myles Turner (hip) went through shootaround but remains a game-time decision. #PacersPistons
Scott Agness: Myles Turner will miss his second straight game due to a bruised left hip. He was on the court for some pre-game shooting.
Will Guillory: Pacers coach Nate McMillan says Myles Turner will not play tonight against the Pels due to a hip injury
J. Michael Falgoust: Note: Turner says his right shoulder that kept him out 4 games isn’t 100%. Still sore and will be tested v Embiid #PacersSixers
Scott Agness: Myles Turner is planning to play tonight vs Suns.
J. Michael Falgoust: McMillan in Turner: “He’s feeling better but he’s a no-go” … note: no X-rays or MRIs required. #PacersKnicks
Scott Agness: Myles Turner feels fine two days later. “No signs of a concussion and I’m thankful for that.” Surgery on his broken nose took 10 minutes. He will get fitted for a mask after practice.
Scott Agness: Appears surgery was successful for Myles Turner on his broken nose. (via Myles’ IG)
During Monday’s 116-108 win against the Atlanta Hawks, they found that out when Myles Turner suffered a broken nose and couldn’t return. His status for 2019 has yet to be determined though coach Nate McMillan is optimistic he’ll be available for the start of a five-game road trip that begins Jan. 4 at the Chicago Bulls. “The hope is that he doesn’t have a concussion but he can play with a broken nose,” McMillan said. “You just put a mask on, but if there is a concussion that’s something a little different.” Turner will be re-evaluated Tuesday and receive a mask to protect the injury.
Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner suffered a broken nose after he collided with John Collins during the Pacers’ 116-109 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Monday afternoon.
Scott Agness: Myles Turner (broken nose) will be re-evaluated tomorrow and be fitted for a mask. McMillan: “The hope is that he doesn’t have a concussion. He can play with a mask.”
J. Michael Falgoust: Myles Turner (facial contusion) is questionable to return #PacersHawks
J. Michael Falgoust: Myles Turner is OUT. He has a broken nose and will not return. Status beyond that not known yet #PacersHawks
J. Michael Falgoust: Myles Turner (ankle) did practice today and told me he thinks he’ll play Monday v #Jazz … thinks he should not have played in Charlotte #Pacers
J. Michael Falgoust: Turner (ankle) is OUT and Sabonis (ankle) is IN for tonight’s game and the likely starter. That pushes O’Quinn into the 1st center off the bench role #PacersSpurs
J. Michael Falgoust: Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner (ankle) are questionable #SpursPacers
J. Michael Falgoust: For tomorrow in Charlotte, Oladipo is questionable (sore right knee) as is Turner (left ankle sprain) #PacersHornets
J. Michael Falgoust: Myles Turner (ankle) didn’t practice. Doesn’t sound serious #Pacers
Chris Miller: Myles Turner is out (ankle) vs. @Washington Wizards #WizPacers #DCFamily
Chris Herring: Nate McMillan said Myles Turner’s injury is a high-ankle sprain.
Josh Robbins: Myles Turner (elbow) will play for the Pacers tonight, Nate McMillan said.
Scott Bordow: Darren Collison and Myles Turner out for the Pacers
Turner sustained the injury in the Jan. 8 game vs. Milwaukee. He will not require surgery. He is currently outfitted with a brace for the elbow. He will miss the four remaining games of the current west coast trip and depending on how quickly the injury heals, he will be listed as week to week.
The Indiana Pacers announced Wednesday that center Myles Turner sustained a right elbow injury during Monday night’s game against Milwaukee. Turner is being evaluated and an update will be provided when available. Turner will miss tonight’s game against Miami and Friday’s game against Cleveland.
Sarah Todd: McMillan added Turner hasn’t been conditioning during his nearly two weeks out so he won’t be in game shape tonight. #Pacers vs. #Sixers
Scott Agness: Myles Turner, sidelined the last seven games due to a concussion, will play tonight in Philadelphia and come off the bench, per @Indiana Pacers.
Scott Agness: Myles Turner, who missed his 5th straight game, was in the locker room after the W. Smiling, upbeat, high-fiving teammates as they entered.
Brett Dawson: Pacers center Myles Turner still in the concussion protocol.
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Sean Cunningham: Looked as if Greg Foster’s anger was directed at Goga Bitadze, but he was partially restrained by members of the staff. Really bad look over there
Scott Agness: After watching it back several times, it’s also clear Foster’s public eruption bothered Jeremy Lamb and Domantas Sabonis too. They didn’t like it. The masks hide whatever was said. Some tough love is good, if warranted. But it’s too late.
Casey Holdahl: Blazers 141, Cavs 105: FINAL. POR ends 6-game trip 5-1. 32 points, 9 assists for @Damian Lillard. 18 points, 13 rebounds for @Enes Kanter. 16 points, 5 rebounds for @Carmelo Anthony. 15 points, 11 rebounds, 4 blocks for @Jusuf Nurkic.
Jay Allen: The #Blazers scored 141 points tonight vs. the Cavs. The last time Portland scored 140 points in a regulation game was January 26, 1993. Portland beat Golden State 143-133 in that game. #RipCity
Chris Grenham: Evan Fournier: “My No. 1 priority in life right now is feeling better. Once I feel better, I’m very motivated to show everyone what I can do and how I can help this team. … I’ll show you guys how hungry I am to play well for this team.”