Magic’s Terrence Ross To Miss Several Month with Leg Injury
It wasn’t all fun for the Orlando Magic when they put together a winning effort over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night.
In the second quarter, Former Toronto Raptor swingman Terrence Ross left the game with a sprained MCL in his right-knee as well as an non-displaced fracture of the same leg. Ross is expected to “miss a significant amount of time” the team announced on Thursday following an MRI.
Ross has suited up in all 22-games for the Magic this season, starting in all but two of them. He has averaged nine-pointes and 3.2-rebounds in 26.2-minutes per game. Ross has spent his first five seasons with the Toronto Raptors, where he averaged 9.5-points per contest, prior to being shipped to the Magic before the 2017 NBA Trade Deadline.