Injuries keep rolling in for the San Antonio Spurs, but in pure Spurs fashion they are 15-8 and on pace for yet another 50 win season in spite of it.
The Spurs were already even more short-handed than usual Sunday night in Oklahoma City after choosing to rest LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony Parker during their five games in seven days stretch and got even thinner, when point forward Kyle Anderson went down in the 3rd quarter with a sprained knee.
Kyle Anderson limps to the locker room after sustaining what looks to be a knee injury. We hope Slo-Mo gets well ASAP.
— Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) December 4, 2017
There have been no X-ray results reported yet as the team is still waiting to see the severity of the sprain and how long they might be without Slo-Mo.
Hopefully his loss won’t be too cumbersome for the Spurs as recent reports from the organization and Head Coach Gregg Popovich have suggested that their superstar small forward Kawhi Leonard could be on the fast track to a return to the court.
Anderson has averaged 8.9 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 27.9 minutes per game for the Spurs this season.