Indiana Pacers Injury Report: Updates Regarding Myles Turner, Domantas Sabonis

Domantas Sabonis, Indiana Pacers
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The Indiana Pacers announced their injury report for Tuesday’s game against the Sacramento Kings. Myles Turner, Glenn Robinson III, and Edmond Sumner have all been ruled out while Domantas Sabonis is listed as questionable.

Domantas Sabonis

Sabonis is questionable because of the same illness that he played through in the team’s 97-94 win over the San Antonio Spurs.

He is coming off of a performance where he had career highs in both points (22) and rebounds (12), so losing him would be a major loss for the Pacers, especially with Myles Turner not playing.

Myles Turner

Turner is still in the NBA’s concussion protocol but he is getting closer to making a return. Nate McMillan told the media that Myles is officially out against the Kings, but he has been making progress towards completing the NBA’s concussion protocol.

While it appears unlikely that Myles will play on Wednesday against the Cleveland Cavaliers, he hasn’t been officially ruled out. He wasn’t a participant in the team’s practice today but he did attempt some jump shots today.

Glenn Robinson III

There is nothing new regarding Glenn Robinson III’s status as he is continuing to recover from ankle surgery. However, he seems to have picked up a new job while he is waiting to get back on the court.

Edmond Sumner

There is nothing new regarding Edmond Sumner’s status. He is still in the rehabilitation process from surgery that repaired his torn ACL.

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