Darren Collison, who has struggled with a lingering knee problem off and on all season without missing many games, will have left arthroscopic knee surgery and be out for 2-to-3 weeks as announced by the Indiana Pacers.
The timing is as good as it can be for the surgery with the All-Star break coming up and that will minimize the amount of games that Collison will miss. This likely also ends any speculation about him being possibly being traded before the trade deadline.
Cory Joseph will start in his absence and Joe Young will likely see an increase in playing time with the second unit.
McMillan said before tonight’s game that Glenn Robinson III is “not quite ready” to play, but he was listed as questionable for the first time all season and has played in two rehab stints with the Mad Ants. His return seems likely to happen fairly soon after playing about 30 minutes per game with the Mad Ants over the weekend and scrimmaged with the Mad Ants while they were in Indianapolis today.
McMillan told Jeremiah Johnson that it looks like it’ll be after the All-Star break for Robinson, which is a little surprising considering the above information.
Victor Oladipo is out with an illness for tonight’s game as well.
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